Strategic Vision: The Power Vacuum and the Struggle for Influence in the Middle East


The past four years have witnessed a remarkable decline of American powers in the world, especially in the Middle East region, as well as the saying of "the unipolar world". Although America has the elements of comprehensive power, the relative weight of its power has been declining over the past ten years with the growing rise Other powers in the world, and the leadership base of the international system expanded from the circle of the United States of America to a wider circle that includes five powers, namely: the United States, Japan, the European Union, Russia, and China, in addition to emerging powers such as Brazil and India.