The Middle East Arab complexities in belief and ethnicity create fragmented groups that essentially spill over differences against each other. In the coming year, analysts believe that this complex structure will still allow dysfunctional groups to remain involved in sectarian battles. Meanwhile, the Islamic State had been defeated by Iraqi forces in Ramadi, but still, the group isn’t dissolved.
Analysts look at Saudi Arabia as the only surviving monarchy in the Arab spring. Iran is bound to regain its power with the removal of certain sanctions on its nuclear research. Egypt is under military rule, which analysts see could have a possible unstable outcome in the future.
Russia has expanded its influence in the Middle East as Russia might be the key country to resolve the issues in the country. However, analysts see him as having the power of also perpetrating more chaos in the region.
Meanwhile, Iran is possibly a stabiliser in the region’s condition.
Despite such, the real trouble arises from dysfunctional political systems that do not have any definite solutions for the problems in the Middle East.
Successes may continue against the Islamic State’s influence in the region. It is possible that if Russia sees Obama’s solution as fit, along with Iran, the chaos can end sooner in the following year.