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Audio: The Ukraine Crisis – It’s Overflow Impact on the Middle East. KGNU, Hemispheres, Middle East Dialogues; Tuesday, March 22, 2022

March 23, 2022

Iran. After 43 years of not-stop trying, the U.S. has not been able to achieve its goal of regime change. And now, Washington is offering Iran to drop sanctions in exchange for increased oil production

Middle Eastern countries are either silent or hostile to the Biden Administration’s effort to bring them onboard to support the U.S./NATO position on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, especially where it concerns the imposition of sanctions. What’s it all about? From Mohammed Ben Salman Stiff-Arming The Biden Administration to the U.S. U-turn on returning to the JCPOA (now they are trying desperately to cut a deal with Iran), to Israeli and Turkish angst about their futures – the Middle East – as we have – noted in previous programs is in the process of geopolitical shifts of the first magnitude. The Russian invasion of Ukraine did not trigger these changes but it has magnified them already. Kazerooni and Prince continue the discussion of the Ukrainian conflict’s consequences for the Middle east.

Stay tuned… Tuesday, March 22, 2022 @ 6-7 pm on KGNU Boulder, Colorado, Hemispheres, Middle East Dialogues with Ibrahim Kazerooni and Rob Prince, produced by Jim Nelson.

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