There are many current instances where the US has gone far in providing relief to the suffering countries. The United States has been providing an amount of around $3 billion every year to Israel (McArthur). The assistances being offered to Israel are in the name of Foreign Military Financing, Economic Support Funds and Migration and Refugee assistance (McArthur).
The Middle East is beset with umpteenth number of problems such as lack of reliable democracy, political instability, uneven development of social and economic issues, the clash of globalization, to name just a few (Fawcett). Amidst all these drawbacks which this particular region of the world has been facing, the most significant one for both present and future, appears to be the imbalance of power.
The imbalance of power is the major cause of the ongoing conflict between Palestine and Israel and is undoubtedly the most dominant problem for the Middle East. There has been insufficient progress in reaching a justified solution to the conflict between Israel on one side and Palestine, Syria and Lebanese on the other side. A proper balance of power reflects a cut in the wars followed by a rise in the initiative to sort out issues peacefully (El-Hasan). “The equally effect of nuclear deterrence between the US and the Soviet Union explains four decades of Cold War relative stability between them. But there were proxy wars between the super-power rivals and interventions to crush small states” (El-Hasan).
Even in the presence of international laws like the United Nations Charter and other important things like the interdependence of commerce as well as the ecology, there persist chaotic relations among the nation-states (El-Hasan).