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    • Nov 2008
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    April 11th, 2010, 01:36 PM

    It is believed that the U.S.-Saudi relationship is a bargain of oil for security. Any way the ties between U.S-Saudi, of course, has been based on oil. But Washington’s relationship with Riyadh can be stated as its friendly ties to oil-poor Middle Eastern states such as Jordan, Egypt and Israel than its traditionally hostile relations with oil-rich states such as Libya and Iran. Deep oil reserves have never translated into easy relations with the United States. The reason for the close ties considered between the two nations was their common Cold War fight against communism. At that time, their oil and defense interests are solidified by their common worries about the Soviet Union and minimized differences. In hindsight, the two countries contributed to the rise of radical Islamic movements, by supporting religious zealots in the battle against communis.
    The strong U.S.-Saudi ties bas been undermined at the time of the 9/11 hijackers. Actually, things were never that smooth. Historians refer to the “special relationship” was established when Saudi Arabia’s King Abdel Aziz and President Franklin D. Roosevelt met in 1945. But since then the relationship has endured oil embargoes, U.S. restrictions on arms sales to Saudi Arabia, and tensions around Israel and Palestine. Dissension permeates the entire history of U.S.-Saudi relations.
    It is thought that Washington can call the shots with the Saudis because the United States is all-important to them but it’s more complex than that. Growing oil demand from China, India and the developing world means that others are pursuing closer ties with the kingdom. It has been stated that stated by Prince Saud al-Faisal, the foreign minister, that Saudi Arabia and China now have a “strategic relationship,” because Saudi Arabia is the largest supplier of crude to China. It’s also the best chance has to be realized by Washington is its oil and counter goals—and avoid alternatives that could be worse.
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    you gave an overview of a relationship between the two nations over a century let's say

    you know meanwhile the tension is toward other big nations like Russia and China, the dependence on US has been running for long, but you have to consider your other benefits with other nations, in case you lost one, you have the rest in pocket, this is the kind of policy our foreign ministry is following right now, the example of exporting oil to China is a great one, China is a member of the G5, I remember president Obama said in a brief discussion with some academic Chinese student, that the main problems in the world today, cannot be solved by America itself, they need another power like China and Russia
    so they can move on and control all of those obstacles

    thank you for sharing politics my friend
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