February 7, 2013

Obama's Post-Election Pivot on Syria

Geoffrey Aronson, Al Monitor

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The Oxford Dictionary defines the word “pivot” as “a movement in which the player holding the ball may move in any direction with one foot, while keeping the other (the pivot foot) in contact with the floor."

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