December 9, 2012

U.S. Influence Wanes at Critical Time in Mideast

James Zogby, The National

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As U.S. President Barack Obama gears up to begin a second term, his Middle East agenda will be more complex and potentially more dangerous than the one he inherited from his predecessor four years ago.

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