Middle East Exhaustion: Time to Ease Out

July 2013
Moderate Voice;7/28/2013, p1
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The article presents the author's comments on the interference of the U.S. in problems among nations across the world. The author believes that it is time for the U.S. to lighten its footprint in the Middle East and other nations such as Pakistan. According to the author, the Arab region is one the path to self-destruction and nothing can help to reverse the event.


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