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Hillary Clinton is exactly what the Middle East needs

When the United States has presidential elections, the whole world watches. And for good reason: policy made by Washington is policy for the entire world. And in this election Americans will decide whether the world sees more conflict or less. When one observes American political discourse, one cannot but notice something very peculiar about it. On the one hand, political commentators in America are keenly aware of how important their country is on the world stage.
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