What an “America First” policy actually means in the Middle East

I have a new article out for a political website based in California on why the concept of “America First” as applied to say, the Middle East, merely means smarter US policy with better results, NOT isolationism.

Screen Shot 2017-02-07 at 11.58.46 AM.pngHere’s the link to the full article.

 

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