Obama's lack of a foreign policy has so far resulted in a chaotic Libya, contributed to an unending Syrian civil war, discouraged Israel, and encouraged the terror linked Muslim Brotherhood. Instability and unpredictability mark not only the behavior of groups in the region, but also US policy.
Experts told the Washington Free Beacon that this could bring disastrous consequences. First, Iran aspires to Great Power status. Although it lags in productivity and capital, nuclear weapons would raise it above its neighbors. A state that once launched masses of its own citizens in suicide rushes at modern weapons cannot be trusted to be predictable with these weapons in hand.
Should Iran obtain them, other powers will as well. Saudi Arabia most certainly will develop its own.
Other countries will adapt. Turkey has already negotiated pacts with Iran. The NATO member, once an imperial power in the region, borders Iran. Fear of its growing influence will doubtless pull states into its orbit.
This is the predictable result of a weak and disoriented foreign policy on the part of the United States.
There may be no solution at this point.