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Du 11 septembre aux révolutions arabes : les États-Unis et le Moyen-Orient

Philippe Droz-Vincent
Politique étrangère
Vol. 76, No. 3 (AUTOMNE 2011), pp. 495-506
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42715936
Page Count: 12
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Abstract

Barack Obama a dû gérer le lourd héritage de l'Administration Bush au Moyen-Orient. La « militarisation de la politique étrangère » continue de se faire sentir, en particulier en Irak et en Afghanistan. La politique américaine dans le monde arabe connaît actuellement une phase de réorientation, la réaction de Washington face aux révolutions de 2011 n'ayant pas été exemptes d'hésitations et de contradictions. Barack Obama has had to deal with a heavy legacy left by the Bush administration in the Middle East. The "militarization of foreign policy" still exists, in particular in Iraq and Afghanistan. Washington's reaction to the 2011 revolutions has not been exempt from hesitations and contradictions; American policy with respect to the Arab world is currently in a phase of reorientation.

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