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in response to "Adar press", about the speculation that the accounting of Turkey and Iran is part of the scheme or the project of the new Middle East is on the way to investigation, and is there really a plan to change the Middle East? Basman Assaf said, a Syrian political researcher:
"The dramatic developments that have been taking place in the Middle East for years can not be considered as natural transformations and are inseparable from the Greater Middle East project, which has been openly discussed since the US invasion of Iraq in 2003,"
He Added: These transformations are a practical embodiment of the theory of American creative chaos and the new Middle East project preached by former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in 2006 from Tel Aviv; here is the famous article by US military strategist Ralph Peters in the same year Under the title "blood limits," the term used by the former head of the territory, "Kurdistan of Iraq," former Massoud Barzani, when he announced the intention to hold the referendum, which actually took place in September 2017, but did not have the approval of US and regional time.
He went on and saying: Based on all these variables in recent years, we come to the conclusion that the new Middle East strategy of the United States is already in place, but its tactics are changing according to the geopolitical conditions in the region, and its main objective is Israel's security. Otherwise, changes and chaos in the region are just arrangements to create an environment suitable for this. The goal, within this context, comes from the deal of the century, which is essentially one of the mechanisms of the new Middle East project, which has set its borders since the Sykes-Picot Agreement and the Balfour Declaration, so I think the goal is to change the shape of states, not borders.Means the survival of states with their internationally recognized political and sovereign borders as they are; preserving their external form, but changing their internal structure and structure to become federations or even confederations within their current framework, losing their centrality and core unity and becoming spheres of influence and sectarian and ethnic divisions, as is the case with Iraq and Lebanon now."
Interviewed by: Selam Ahmad
Translation: Adar Press.