How did the United States first become involved in Middle Eastern affairs?

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The United States first got involved in Middle Eastern affairs during a number of Post-World War II crises such as the Israeli-Arab Conflict, the Coup d'État of Mohammed Mossadegh in Iran, and the petroleum trade with the newly independent Arab Nations.
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