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Morocco, which is the oldest ally of the United States, is well positioned to be a bridge to the African continent, the Middle East and the Muslim world, under the visionary leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, wrote Van Hipp, chairman of American Defense International, Inc. and author of "The New Terrorism: How to Fight It and Defeat It."

“Today, the United States is confronted with the most complex foreign policy situation in our nation's history.” Morocco, the oldest ally of the United States, is well positioned to be a bridge to Africa, where radical Islam is on the rise, the Middle East and the Muslim world in general. (...) Hence the urgent need for Washington to consolidate its strategic partnership with Morocco, said Van Hipp in an analysis published on Newsmax.com.

He also highlighted the precious contribution of Morocco, "a key ally of the United States in the fight against terrorism,” recalling, in this context, that the Africom Command works closely with Morocco, particularly as part of joint maneuvers.

Van Hipp added that thanks to the "solidity" of the leadership of HM the King, Morocco signed a free trade agreement with the United States and implemented a series of reforms that placed men and women on an equal footing.