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President Obama (from left to right), Britain's Prince Charles, Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper and France's President Nicolas Sarkozy attend a ceremony marking the 65th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy June 6, 2009. (Reuters/Philippe Wojazer)

Obama Calls for Two-State Solution

In Germany, President Obama said he is seeking "confidence-building measures" from the Israelis and Palestinians.

Some Adversaries Dismiss Address

Obama's choice of Egypt as the site of his address to the Muslim world endeared him to Egyptians, but not many others in the Middle East.

Discussions

Day Four: France

Day Three: Germany

Day Two: Cairo

Day One: Saudi Arabia

Opinions

Day Four: France

Reliable Source: Obamas Take Paris
(By Roxanne Roberts and Amy Argetsinger)

Day Three: Germany

The Cairo Appeal
(Editorial)

The Settlements Myth
(By Charles Krauthammer)

Day Two: Cairo

The President's Preamble in Cairo
(By David Ignatius)

Obama Tugs at the Settlement Knot
(By David Ignatius)

Day One: Saudi Arabia

From Ayman Nour, Question for the President
(By Michael Gerson)

Multimedia

Day Three: Germany

Day Two: Cairo




Day One: Saudi Arabia

Blogs

Day Four: France

Rundown: Obama Pledges an Active Role
(By Ben Pershing)

44: Irked Grassley Tweets Obama in France
(Associated Press)

Day Three: Germany

Post Partisan: Obama at Buchenwald
(By Anne Applebaum)

Browser: Will Obama's Trip Bring Action?
(By Ben Pershing)

Day Two: Cairo

44: Enthusiastic Reaction, With Caveats
(By Garance Franke-Ruta)

The Fix: Obama's Muslim Speech
(By Chris Cillizza)

Capitol Briefing: Reactions Across the Map
(By Ben Pershing)

Day One: Saudi Arabia

Post Partisan: Obama Courageous, Foolish?
(By Robert Kagan)

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