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The United States Needs to Develop a Broad Middle East Policy

The United States Needs to Develop a Broad Middle East Policy

Brian Katulis explains why we need to get out of reactive mode in the Middle East and develop a real plan with clear goals for the region.

Why does the United States need to develop a broader strategy for the Middle East? What should that strategy include? How can the Obama administration build off the strategy the president outlined last night for Libya?

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 (Brian Katulis)

Brian Katulis

Senior Fellow


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