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Critics Cite 'Constrained' Mideast Policy
The Bush administration's policy of refusing to engage with nations and groups linked to terrorism, including Syria, Iran and Palestinian factions, has sharply limited U.S. maneuvering room during the war between Israel and Hezbollah, according to former administration officials and outside experts.
By Glenn Kessler and Michael Abramowitz
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