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President Trump has upended four decades of successful U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East, Hal Brands, Steven A. Cook, and Kenneth M. Pollack write. From our Spring 2020 Issue:
Donald Trump has torn up a foundation of U.S. foreign policy, and is causing irreparable damage to the Middle East—and world order—in the process.
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Philodata May 23
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*Successful* US FP in ME?? Quite the hot take... paywall prevents me from see just how misguided this is, but the headline is 🤣
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Phillip Hatfield May 23
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My 32 years of military service all fell within this period of “success”. At the risk of understatement, I do not share their assessment.
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Brandon Reynolds 🏳️‍🌈🇪🇺🇮🇪🇺🇸✡️ May 23
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Do people not know what Successful means ?
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Pop Culture Portmanteau (Pig is Freddy Krueger) May 23
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I’m sorry, four decades of WHAT kind of foreign policy in the Middle East?
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James Pharo May 23
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“Successful” doing a lot of work here...
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StanleyFosha May 23
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When exactly were those decades?
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Rogue Teabag May 23
1730-1770?
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Canutes May 23
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Drew 🍂 May 23
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Jimmy Carter “successfully” saw embassy workers kidnapped throughout his presidency, until Reagan took office and put the fear back into our enemies abroad, something Obama could never do.
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