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Post by claud39 on Sun May 03, 2020 6:30 pm

American newspaper: Washington paid a heavy price for its military presence in Iraq


05/03/2020



American newspaper: Washington paid a heavy price for its military presence in Iraq %D8%A7%D9%85%D8%B1%D9%8A%D9%83%D8%A7-5-696x387







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A report of the American New York Post confirmed that the United States paid a high price for its involvement in the military presence in the Middle East, especially in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, and the conflicts from the deserts of North Africa to the Strait of Hormuz, which have so far cost $ 6.4 trillion and killed 7,000 American soldiers.

“There are serious political discussions about the feasibility of the adventures of the United States in the Middle East in terms of lost lives and spending money. These arguments will increase once the impact of Corona's virus on the global economy is calculated, where the damage is expected to exceed $ 4.1 trillion, i.e. Nearly 5 percent of the world's GDP. ”

"The United States should embark on a sort of Middle Eastern Marshall Plan of some kind to avoid the emergence of a second spring, and ultimately strip a large segment of the population of extremism without the need for an additional American presence on the ground, a plan that is based on a smaller and smarter presence that will benefit America and its allies," he added. .

He added, "In light of the new plan, the US military footprint in the region will have to be adjusted, according to Central Command A. There are about 70,000 American military personnel stationed in eight countries, including 14,000 in Afghanistan, and that the burden of managing the American front lines in the Middle East must It falls mostly on the shoulders of intelligence and special operations groups.

He continued, “Special forces, along with their counterparts in the CIA and the National Security Agency, must re-establish their presence in northern Syria with the Kurdish allies to send a message to Iran.Russia, Turkey and others, with their linguistic skills and international values, the Special Forces are experts in training the indigenous forces and armies of our allies, who we need to fight alongside us. ”


He noted that "in the post-epidemic period, the United States will need to do more with few forces in the Middle East and it will be a strenuous exercise, but there can be no short-term gains without a deliberate and practical long-term plan for the future." According to the newspaper.


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