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Relations Of United States With Saudi Arabia

The United States has established diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia which began in 1933.

Since the time of World War II, these two countries have been allied resistance to communism to support stable oil prices, economic stability in the Western countries and stability in the oil fields and oil shipping of the Persian Gulf where Saudi Arab traders have invested.

Rob Sobhani, an American author, a lecturer who specialized in the United States policies towards the Middle East and U.S immigration policies had published a book on foreign policies “King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia: A Leader of Consequence”. The book describes the relations between the U.S and Saudi Arabia.U.S relations with Saudi Arabia

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The strategic location of the world’s largest oil reserves and the ownership of these oil reserves in Saudi Arabia play a significant role in the long-term bilateral relationship of the United States and the Saudi Arab Kingdom.

Both these countries pay attention to preserving security, stability and prosperity of gulf regions and discuss closely on many global and regional issues.

Saudi Arabia plays a chief role in working towards a peaceful and flourishing future of the Saudi regions. It’s a strong partnership to curb terrorist activities and security that provides diplomatic, military and financial cooperation to these regions.

Both the countries, United States and Saudi Arabia work closely to safeguard national security.

The U.S and Saudi Arab also enjoy vigorous cultural educational ties with Saudi Arab students studying in different colleges and universities in the United States.

The U.S. provides promising career scope for youth through various leadership programs.

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