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U.S. May Have To Shift Approach To Mideast Peace | NPR

The Obama administration’s job of promoting Arab-Israeli peace may have just gotten harder.

The U.S. lost a key player when former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was forced out of office. And Palestinians are still reeling from leaked documents that put everyone in a bad light.

Some experts say it is time for a totally new approach.

President Obama seems to be trying to look on the bright side. Protesters in Egypt were driven mainly by anger against their authorities rather than against the U.S. or Israel.

Read more here: U.S. May Have To Shift Approach To Mideast Peace : NPR.

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