What's the Deal in the Middle East?

An interview with Michael Doran
Observation
<i>Mosaic</i>
Sept. 22 2013

Last week, as the UN General Assembly opened its 2013 session, Michael Doran, an expert on the Middle East and international politics at the Brookings Institution, spoke with us about the American flip-flop on Syria’s chemical weapons, what President Obama might be thinking about Iran, Vladimir Putin’s interest in the regional turmoil—and what all of this means for Israel.

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