What The Arab World Is Saying About Obama Opinion-makers in the Middle East are paying close attention to Sen. Barack Obama's plan to withdraw troops from Iraq and his stance on Israeli-Arab relations. We examine why Arab pundits are turning a skeptical eye toward Obama and what they're saying about Sen. John McCain.
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What The Arab World Is Saying About Obama

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What The Arab World Is Saying About Obama

What The Arab World Is Saying About Obama

What The Arab World Is Saying About Obama

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Opinion-makers in the Middle East are paying close attention to Sen. Barack Obama's plan to withdraw troops from Iraq and his stance on Israeli-Arab relations. Alex Cohen talks to Robert Lane Greene, writer for the Economist and The New Republic about why Arab pundits are turning a skeptical eye toward Obama and what they're saying about John McCain.