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The Prisms Through Which Americans View The Middle East

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<p>Whether it is the war against the Islamic State or threats to Israel’s security, Americans have strong views about the Middle East and the U.S. role there. Shibley Telhami and Katayoun Kishi show that views of human rights, faith communities, and... Go to Article

PUBLISHER: Brookings Institution

DATA AS OF: 2015

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