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How US Policy in the Middle East Affects Asia (Complete)

HONG KONG, September 17, 2013 — Developments in Egypt and Syria and a new president in Iran provide a radically different context for American foreign policy in both the Middle East and East Asia. Middle East expert Vali Nasr discusses U.S. foreign policy's implications for Asia. (53 min., 43 sec.) 


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Policy
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Arts
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Business
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