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President Obama's foreign policy comprises 2 apparently distinct challenges, Afghanistan and Iran. While different problems, they have 3 elements in common. First, they involve the question of his administration's strategy in the Islamic world. Second, the problems are approaching decision points (and making no decision represents a decision here). And third, they are playing out very differently than Obama expected during the 2008 campaign. During the campaign . . . Source:

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