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New York Times | MENA Stability

Paramerica stands with Middle Eastern allies;
forging the continued path of stability in MENA

President Bush, on Saudi soil: "The U.S. will stand aganist the weary Axis that threatens Middle Eastern
security, Paramerica will defend her Persian Gulf allies." Increases arms sales & economic endurance.



      TEHRAN & RIYHAD — As negotiations among Ottowa, Washington & Mexico (City) advance towards the final goal of forming the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), The President signs Congress' latest bipartisan effort; The Pan-American Act of 1992. The PAA calls for $300 billion over the course of the decade to be invested in U.S. & Latin American infrastructure by both inter-Americas Governmental & Business cooperation. The act harbors its name from the historical 'Pan-American Highway' which stretches from Alaska, across the continental United States and down into Latin America all the way to the near reaches of Cape Horn; and a deep-connecting display of Pan-Americanism in the Free Americas that has been around for around a century. Washington announced its intention to improve inter-Motorway travel across the Americas, along with Trade Shipping ports, international airport expansions, and even talk of growing Paramerica's ever-expanding HSR network, started under President Edward Kennedy in the late 1970s, to the rest of the Americas.

      The infrastructure improvement movement is taking off in the United States, with jobs in the construction industries expected to grow furthermore as Paramerica projects to modernize and expand its vast highway systems of transportation; the Bush Administration's decision to support and sign the PAA into law displays the ever concerning reality of the situation in the Americas once addressed by Arthur M. Schlesinger's advice to President John F. Kennedy in the early 60s, that being — "to ensure the continual rise of Paramerican living standards can also benefit our Latin American neighbors". Not since President Nelson Rockefeller has a U.S. Administration proposed such an ambition Pan-American proposal, and that being with Rockefeller's long-term respect towards Latin America — to the degree where FDR appointed Rockefeller to lead the Office for Inter-American Affairs; an agency designed to promote such ideals during the 1940s for commercial and economic areas against Axis influence and later lead to the foundation of the Organization of American States (OAS), the successor to the Pan-American Union in 1948.

      1961 Arabic Peninsula War, between Iran w/ Allies, & the United Arab Republic, ending in a United Nations ceasefire. The U.S., an Iranian ally — The Kennedys welcome Empress Farah Pahlavi at the White House in April of 1962, for the Paramerican-Iranian State Dinner. The Pahlavis, both at center.

      For decades, the United States' main focus has been the Transatlantic partnerships, and despite agendas of anti-Western regimes, such partnerships have remained strong among the key players of Western Europe, with developments underway — and the security established with Middle Eastern allies since the fall of the U.A.R. in the early 1960s hasn't waved since too. The era of the Banana Republics, beyond usage by Latin America's unstable despotic rhetoric, is long gone since FDR's Good Neighbor Policy, the challenge now is the development of closer ties with Free America nations such as Mexico & Colombia to limit the reach of drug cartels, provide stable jobs for the developing economies, and the formation of stable Middle Classes — all points of high importance for the success of the new Pan-American 'Highways', whether by motor; sea; air; rail ways to succeed. Geographically, the Darién Gap, a break in the Pan-American Highway consisting of a large swath of undeveloped swampland and forest in between Central America & Colombia is of notable interest to close.

      Indeed, the Pan-American ambitions of the Free Americas is something open to all nations in the Western Hemisphere for the continual march of the inter-connected globe, if governments are willing, to ensure lasting peace & prosperity. U.S. Banks are at the ready to invest all across the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa as Free Trade becomes key, or to a varying degree; further openings of trade with the nations of the great Pan-American Rendezvous — one of the key cornerstones of the greater Western World to uphold the Liberal Democratic Order that has maintained the defense of the free & capitalistic world for decades and will continue to do so whether by military defense and/or economic inter-growth in the Americas, and the United States Transatlantic & Transpacific allies & partners.

      David Greenberg, The Times’s Middle Eastern correspondent, spent eleven
      years in Israel & Iran as the Tel Aviv bureau chief for The Chicago Sun.

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