President Joe Biden comes into office with a long track record on most public policy issues and an avowed determination to set a new course for the United States.
Middle East Forum staff, fellows, and commissioned specialists have closely studied his actions and statements on U.S. policy toward Israel, Iran, Turkey, and the Arab Gulf, as well as on Islamism and antisemitism. See the selections at right.
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Biden Must Not Reprise Obama's Middle East Policy
Wave of 'Extra-Continental' Migrants Predicted in Biden's First Year
Biden Should Allow Investigations of Academe's Foreign Funding Scandals to Proceed
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What Biden's Victory Means for Turkey
How Biden Will Turn the Clock Back in the Middle East
Biden Condemns Anti-Semitism While Ignoring Democrats Who Support It
Joe Biden Courts Islam, not Muslims
For Israel, Biden Will Prove Worse than Bernie
Why Do Democrats Want to Save Iran's Theocracy?