Edition 105

Middle East Truth in Labelling—Identifying Our "Frenemies"

By Douglas Ollivant

Jan. 7, 2016

American foreign policy doesn’t often see between friend and foe. In the Middle East, Douglas Ollivant argues, it should.

Middle East Truth in Labelling—Identifying Our "Frenemies"

American foreign policy doesn’t often see between friend and foe. In the Middle East, Douglas Ollivant argues, it should.


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