By Hans Binnendijk
Record evaluates options for facing U.S. companions and adversaries in Europe, Asia, and the center East in a time of diminishing security budgets and an American public choice for a family concentration.
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The United States broke diplomatic relations with Iran in 1980, following the November 1979 embassy takeover and subsequent hostage crisis. More than three decades of mutual hostility ensued. Harsh treatment under Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini for those in opposition to the Islamic Republic left tens of thousands dead. During the IranIraq War, the United States sided with Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. From 2009 to 2010, the United States was sympathetic to those protesting election irregularities that kept former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in power.
20 President Xi Jinping’s September 2015 state visit to Washington aimed to further enhance the prospect of bilateral cooperation, including a series of agreements on cybersecurity and cybercrime, military cooperation on air-to-air safety and crisis communications, strengthening cooperation on development assistance, nuclear security, and counterterrorism. S. , June 24, 2015. S. and China Announce Climate Deal,” Washington Post, November 12, 2014. 24 Friends, Foes, and Future Directions China will certainly be the principal strategic competitor of the United States in the decades to come, yet the two rivals share significant overlapping interests.
The George H. W. Bush administration took a more collaborative, pragmatic, and interests-based approach. It coordinated carefully with allies and adversaries to manage the end of the Cold War and assembled a large international coalition for Operation Desert Storm. 11 • The Carter administration followed a policy of retrenchment after the end of the Vietnam War, modified somewhat after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Carter stressed human rights, arms sales restraint, and limited military intervention.