March 30, 2011

Obama Needs a Holistic Approach to the Mideast

RAND Corporation, RAND Corporation

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Rather than trying to forecast the future of the Arab Middle East while so much is in flux, permit me a few observations about how the Obama administration should be addressing fast-moving events across the region: in short, to treat the region as a whole and from a strategic perspective.

The U.S. government needs all the help it can get.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Obama administration, U.S. government, Arab Middle East

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