With the Majordomo Group’s new game plan, the U.S. will be able to defend its most valuable asset: its leadership.
It is an all-encompassing strategy that could potentially alter the course of the Middle East for years to come.
The new strategy was revealed as part of a two-day summit of Middle East leaders at the White House in a session that was expected to focus on a range of regional issues.
The leaders, led by Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, agreed on a new plan to tackle threats to regional stability.
It called for the creation of a regional “army” to defend the kingdom’s interests, the establishment of a strong defense force to bolster its ability to deter any threat to the kingdom, and to strengthen the country’s military capabilities.
And they also agreed to push for a new U.N. Security Council resolution to impose sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program.
The Majordomo Group is the world’s largest private equity firm, with more than $6 billion in assets under management.
It has invested in many Middle Eastern countries, including Iraq, Lebanon and Syria, among others.
It also owns stakes in companies that include the Egyptian-owned Egypt Petroleum and the Qatar-based Doha Petroleum.
But its most recent acquisitions, including Qatar Airways and Al-Jazeera, have been criticized by the Trump administration for their alleged ties to extremist groups.