Saudi Arabia and The Accounts of The New Balances in The Middle East

Abstract

Teaching - Faculty of Political Sciences - Al-Mustansiriya University The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia suffers from a complex crisis (internally and externally), which has led to a number of problems it faces in how to contain it, and the search for mechanisms to keep things out of control. The changes that have occurred in the region recently are pushing towards narrowing the options of the Saudi foreign policy maker, because it has adopted, since the formation of the Kingdom, a single ally, and no longer flexibility and pluralism in foreign dealing. What is happening in international relations, and it is the sectarian engine in the compass of its relations, orientations and objectives, vis-à-vis all international units, which is no longer commensurate with the facts of the twenty-first century.