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The United States relationship with the Middle East prior to the Second World War was limited. Moreover, in comparison to European powers such as Britain and France which had managed to colonise almost all of the Middle East region after defeating the Ottoman Empire in 1918, the United States was popular and respected throughout the Middle East . Indeed, Americans were seen as good people, untainted by the selfishness and duplicity associated with the Europeans . American missionaries had brought modern medicine and set up educational institutions all over the Middle East. Moreover, the US had…mehr

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The United States relationship with the Middle East prior to the Second World War was limited. Moreover, in comparison to European powers such as Britain and France which had managed to colonise almost all of the Middle East region after defeating the Ottoman Empire in 1918, the United States was popular and respected throughout the Middle East . Indeed, Americans were seen as good people, untainted by the selfishness and duplicity associated with the Europeans . American missionaries had brought modern medicine and set up educational institutions all over the Middle East. Moreover, the US had provided the Middle East with highly skilled petroleum engineers. Thus, there were some connections, which were made between the United States and the Middle East before the Second World War. Other examples of corporations between the US and the Middle East are the Red Line Agreement signed in 1928 and the Anglo-American Petroleum Agreement signed in 1944.