Middle East

Candidates Mostly Agree on Mideast Policyi
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Jeffrey Young
October 27, 2012 12:50 PM
One of the discussion areas between the two major party U.S. presidential candidates has been North Africa and the Middle East. VOA’s Jeffrey Young explains where Democratic Party candidate President Barack Obama, and his Republican Party challenger, Mitt Romney, stand regarding the Arab Spring, Syria, Libya, and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

Candidates Mostly Agree on Mideast Policy

Published October 27, 2012

One of the discussion areas between the two major party U.S. presidential candidates has been North Africa and the Middle East. VOA’s Jeffrey Young explains where Democratic Party candidate President Barack Obama, and his Republican Party challenger, Mitt Romney, stand regarding the Arab Spring, Syria, Libya, and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.


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