The implementation of the nuclear deal with Iran has marked a new era for the Islamic republic. Could this be a blank page for the US/ Iran relations? Given the state of the Middle East torn apart by wars and conflicts, the nuclear agreement implies a certain common understanding between the US and Iran.
Twenty first century marks the beginning of a new era when geographical and political maps and borders of the Middle East will be revisited and reviewed. Just as during the phase of the Sykes-Picot agreement that came as a result of the World War I which witnessed the ascension of new empires and the collapse of others.
Despite the outpour of perplexing diplomatic statements by Barack Obama, US's alternative plan in Syria is a matter of great concern. Current geopolitical realities seem to be more adept to the Russian efforts in the region. Yet Obama's hunger for world power is growing as the 2016 presidential elections are nearing.
After having believed that the speech of the “Neoconservatives” had gone with the wind and was buried in the war of Iraq, the military approach, which promoted using power in the US foreign policy, has reappeared in the 2016 Presidential Campaign.