In a region plagued by decades of conflict and political turmoil, the United States’ role in Middle East diplomacy has come under intense scrutiny. Recent developments have left many questioning the effectiveness of Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s approach, leading to growing concerns about the credibility of U.S. diplomacy in the Middle East.
US being a partner in War Crimes in Gaza with Israel and the massacres of Palestinians become a deadlock of any way out that fulfills US vested interests in the region. US has not only lost its remains trust but also faces a new dilemma in its policies in the Middle East.
While the U.S. government argues that its actions are driven by the need to protect its interests and those of its allies in the region, many Middle Eastern nations and international observers perceive these moves as favoring one side of the equation over the other. This perceived bias has eroded trust in the United States as a neutral mediator and diminished its standing as a diplomatic broker in the region.
The outcome of US Secretary Blinken moving from one country to another in the past three days is the lack of confidence in US diplomacy and the continuous betrayal of these countries where the US has been bluffing for decades.