The U.S. is in a zone of instability.
We’ve seen that we’re at a crossroads in this region.
It’s going to be very difficult to keep the peace and keep us safe from the terrorists, as well as keep the region’s economy afloat, which is what the Trump administration wants to accomplish.
So, as long as we’re not part of this region’s instability, we’ll be in a very tough spot.
There are three main reasons why this region is so dangerous.
One is that we’ve become a hub for the Middle East.
Our role as the region of stability has been taken away.
We’re now a place where ISIS and al-Qaeda are operating.
The second reason is that this region has been under a tremendous amount of pressure, both in terms of the economic impact, and also in terms a military impact.
Our military presence has been reduced by half.
That is a direct consequence of the Middle Eastern region’s unstable state.
This is one of the reasons why ISIS is so eager to go into this region and fight, because they can get supplies, weapons, and fighters from the Middle-East.
We are not part in the Middle Ages.
And, the third reason is because of the destabilizing effect that we are having on the region.
There is a big conflict in Yemen.
Saudi Arabia has been supporting the Houthis.
The Houthis are in a civil war.
And the United States, by supporting the rebels, is actually supporting terrorism.
There has been a tremendous increase in the number of people being killed.
And there is a huge economic impact of this conflict, because the Saudis are not providing food to their people.
They are cutting off all the water to their population, and then the Houthi rebels take over and start starving their people, and that has a tremendous economic impact on the people of Yemen.
So there are three major reasons that we need to get out of the region in order to stabilize the region, and I think the first is that it’s going too far.
military has been engaged in this conflict for over a year.
The Saudi government, by its own admission, is not a serious player in the conflict.
And now that the U.N. Security Council has passed a resolution that calls for an immediate ceasefire, we are seeing more and more evidence of the fact that they are not serious about it.
They’re just playing with fire.
And they’re not getting any serious support from the United Nations.
So we have to get back to the region as soon as possible, and we’re going to need the support of the international community.
There’s been a lot of talk about the “regionalism” in the region and that it means the U.,S., and Saudi Arabia are part of the same region, but in reality, they’re very different.
And I think that the fact is that the region is in the middle of the conflict and that we don’t have a clear way to resolve this conflict diplomatically.
We don’t even have a mechanism to determine who is responsible for who should be part of what is called the transitional government.
So this region of instability is the main threat to stability in the world right now.