LONDON, May 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
The upcoming American presidential contest is gaining fire, whilst a notable economist in the United Arab Emirates shares his thoughts on the possibility of a global atmosphere with Hillary Clinton as commander-in-chief, in addition to his judgement on the underdog Senator Bernie Sanders or Republican Party candidate Senator Ron Paul.
"Her election would be detrimental to the global economy, as we know it. I favour her adversaries not because she is a woman. Hillary Clinton's history on foreign policy in our region is nonexistent," comments economist and former head of GCC banking systems Mohammed Ahmed Sahhar.
At best the Gulf States find an acceptance for the majority of President Obama's policies on foreign affairs, yet doubt the integrity of former First Lady Hillary Clinton due to her disconnect with the Arabic culture and current political issues in the Gulf States.
The relationship between Israel and Palestine remains what it is at the present and the vision for a prominent global economy continues to hold optimistic amongst allied Member States. Sahhar proceeds to remark, "The American senator Bernie Sanders is not one of us but he has displayed proof of better international policy and fairness working together to secure a better future."
The U.S. is less than 18 months from its presidential election. Nevertheless, several nominees from the Democratic and Republican parties linger as a focal concern for the financial district of Gulf Cooperation Council.
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