What Do Mideast Gulf States Want From Biden?

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In his first visit to the Mideast Gulf this week, US President Joe Biden will meet with a younger generation of leaders who are increasingly assertive about setting their own agenda at a time when their hand is strengthened by energy market fundamentals.

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