Why Bush Is Losing Support in Mideast As fears of nuclear weapons in Iran subside, the U.S. containment policy has become more unpopular in the Gulf states. Marc Lynch, professor of political science at George Washington University discusses why President Bush is losing support among leaders in the Middle East.
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Why Bush Is Losing Support in Mideast

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Why Bush Is Losing Support in Mideast

Why Bush Is Losing Support in Mideast

Why Bush Is Losing Support in Mideast

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As fears of nuclear weapons in Iran subside, President Bush's containment policy has become more unpopular in the Gulf states. Madeleine Brand talks to Marc Lynch, professor of political science at George Washington University, about why President Bush is losing support among leaders in the Middle East.