The revolutions of Arab change have influenced the positions of all international and regional players. The reason for this is that the Middle East region, where revolutions broke out, is the arena for competition between the international and regional powers. The interests of the major powers, especially oil and the protection of economic interests, are of strategic importance to the United States. And the European countries, while sectarian polarization plays a priority in building the positions of regional countries, led by Turkey and Iran.The United States accepted the idea of the rise of the Islamists to power as long as the tendency of these movements to open, while we find that Russia remained cautious of its positions and found the revolutions of change several reservations for fear of changes not compatible with the ambitions of anti-US policy, Towards the revolutions and towards the region in general, it is based on competition and the protection of national interests of each, which foreshadows a new Cold War on the part of Turkey or Iran on the one hand and the United States on the other, and Aleppo Arab countries.As for the position of the EU countries, the European countries will continue to monitor closely after the change to determine their positions within the circle of European economic interests. They are not interested in the type of regime and the effects of change as much as the interlocking interests that will be produced by the post-change phase.