US report: Iran’s name is linked to the corruption of leaders in Iraq and Lebanon
A report by former US diplomat Dennis Ross and Dana Stroll of the Washington Institute, published in Foreign Policy, called on the United States to focus on what Washington can offer the Middle East, and what sets it apart from other parties to embrace street demands.
The report pointed out that the name of Iran is linked to the corruption of the leaders in Iraq and Lebanon, so that corruption has become a trademark of the Khamenei regime, wherever corruption has occurred in these countries, Iran has also dissolved, while this is an opportunity for the United States to mobilize its efforts to support the demands of citizens who demonstrate in the streets.
The report stated that the US administration is required to mobilize the necessary support from the Republican and Democratic parties in Congress to complete this matter and make a fundamental shift in its policy for the stability of the Middle East region.
The report stressed that the United States has an opportunity to present what Iran cannot provide, by sensing the desire for change led by the two peoples in Iraq and Lebanon, and that the situation in these two countries may not stabilize without real change taking place in them.