As China draws focus, ‘unreliable’ US leaves Middle East allies fast losing faith in security guarantees against Iran

With the US and Iran set to re-engage on November 29 in their seventh round of talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal abandoned by Donald Trump’s administration three years ago, Washington has sought to reassure Middle Eastern allies that it will not abandon them amid a shift in its foreign policy focus to China.Following the debacle of the United States’ pull-out from Afghanistan in August, however, many of its partners in the region – Gulf Arab monarchies, in particular – are fast losing faith…

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