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    US President Biden's administration talks about a (360) partnership with Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Sun 13 Aug 2023, 4:53 am

    [rtl]US President Biden's administration talks about a (360) partnership with Iraq[/rtl]

    policy  ,  2023/08/13 10:11  , Number of readings: 423 
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    [rtl]Baghdad - Iraq today:

    Last week, the American capital witnessed the first Iraqi-American meeting on "joint security cooperation". The title appears to be a repetition of slogans, but in fact it is a turning point in US-Iraqi relations.

    Twenty years ago, US-Iraqi relations were that of an army that invaded the lands of another country and overthrew Saddam Hussein's regime, then faced the rebellion, then left according to an agreement and returned to confront ISIS, and now he wants the Americans to work only to help the government in this last mission.

    A senior official in the US Department of Defense confirms that the United States understands that the mission against ISIS will end, and therefore the two sides began to discuss what comes after this mission.

    360 degrees

    The joint statement issued at the end of the talks at the Pentagon building talks about a "360-degree comprehensive partnership," and a senior official at the US Department of Defense said, in a meeting with reporters after these talks, that the "promised "Relations could include" bilateral and multilateral military exercises, exchange of information and exchange of intelligence information, and of course the sale of weapons of American origin and help the Iraqis maintain this equipment and follow up on its proper use to protect borders and other operations.

    These American proposals carry many challenges with them, the most important of which is that the Iraqi forces will be an army similar to the American army. Engaging in bilateral or multilateral exercises means that the elements of the two armies will speak the same language. As for the exchange of information, especially intelligence, it means that the two parties will work after the stage of combating terrorism to be two friendly armies, exchanging confidential information and each side is confident that the other party will not misuse it, and that this Information will not be leaked to a third party.

    Iraqi transformation

    The Americans now see that the Iraqi forces are forces with a good ability in counter-terrorism affairs, and the great challenge for both sides will be to transform this Iraqi military force into an army that works with the Americans in achieving the goals of “integrated” deterrence and regional security,” according to the American official, which is what he meant when he spoke. To the journalists, “Iraq becomes part of the structure of American-Arab cooperation to protect the airspace, lands, and waters from any aggression, whether by a state or by terrorist organizations.

    These matters should not be viewed as new to the Americans, as the current President Joe Biden, when he went to Jeddah in the year 2022, the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council were present, and Iraq was also present, along with Jordan and Egypt , but the external and domestic pressures that Iraq is exposed to put it in a different category.[/rtl]

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