Obama Administration changed the U.S. foreign policy towards the Middle East under the Bush Administration, returning to the policy of pursuing stability in the Middle East in the past 30 years. However, the sudden emergence of "Arab Spring" movement has strongly impacted this policy. Since it could not be certain which political factions could finally dominate these countries, the Obama administration kept its original policy towards the Middle East, inclining to support local regimes, meanwhile urged them to carry out reforms, rather than give protestors an all-out support in the early stage of the movement. However, as situation developed, the U.S. government began to concern that if it failed to show support to the local people when they had aspiration for reform, it would be seen as the patron of those dictators. The Obama administration thus made a difficult choice and decided to change its Middle East policy in the end. However, it would take a long time to develop a new order with stability in the Middle East. The new U.S. Middle East policy featuring supporting democratization is to face a series of new challenges in the new situation in that region.