Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Israel: The Vanguard of Middle East Stability Essay -- International G
The Middle eastern United States is a power keg near to burst. There are countries in the Middle East where their national stability is in question due to various terrorist and malicious attacks while early(a)s promote the inhalation of nations. If these fuses are allowed to spark, it would lead to a cataclysmic array of international consequences including skyrocketing oil prices, increase acts of terrorism, and even WWIII. But, there is a hope to quell this situation. The country of Israel has safeguarded the complete collapse of the Middle East to violence and chaos. It is the last country standing mingled with relative peace to Total War. But, this country will not be able to combat the dread knight of chaos forever it unavoidably international support. The United States has always kept a keen eye on Israel and has allowed it to continue its heavy load. Without the United States financial support, Israel will certainly collapse, and the Middle East will become as unpredicta ble as the shifting sands of its deserts. Due to the crisis in the Middle East and the potential escalation to World War, America needs to continue funding to Israel.As Israel fights the hydra of destruction, it does not have to look far to see the snarling teeth of Iran. Iran, more so than any other country, has the near turbulent and fragile relationship with Israel. This shaky peace is apparent as Israel and Iran had never had formal diplomatic relations since the Islamic Revolution of Iran in 1979 (Farrar-Wellman). This lack of communication has not only led to increased skepticism between the two countries, but also the severe hatred of each other. The sub-human perspective of Iran about Israel was expressed when current president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadi... ...ifferent regions of the world, the situation will be dramatically worse without the military power of Israel. Without Israel, the terrorists will have a safe heaven by which to stage and plan te rrorist attacks across the Middle East. This increased level of attacks will lead to increased levels of instability within the other countries, and eventually lead to the overthrowing of other democracies in the region. Works CitedBrad, Mitchell. U.S Aid to Israel. Jewish Virtual Library. January 13, 2010 (Updated).Codedesman, Anthony H., and Nerguizian, Aram. The Gulf Military Balance in 2010 An Overview. Center for Strategic and international Studies. April 23, 2010.Country Reports on Terrorism 2008. U.S. Department of State. April 30, 2009. Chapter 2. Farrar-Wellman, Ariel. Israel-Iran Foreign Relations. Iran Tracker. April 8, 2010.