May 19, 2011

Changing the Mindset on U.S. Mideast Policy

Center for American Progress, Center for American Progress

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This week represents a pivotal period that could define the Obama administration’s approach on the Middle East for the rest of its time in office, with President Barack Obama delivering major Middle East speeches and holding meetings with Jordanian King Abdullah and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Washington this week.

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