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United States and the Muslim World: Critical Issues and Opportunities for Change
Anatol Lieven (ed)
In 2004, U.S. relations with the Muslim world reached a low point. To many Muslims, the war in Iraq seemed a bid to deepen U.S. control over geostrategic regions and energy resources. Other U.S. policies also generated hostility: the treatment of prisoners of war in Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, tacit approval of Israelís policies regarding the Palestinian authority, and U.S. visa restrictions. A meeting was convened on Jan. 15, 2005, that brought together policy experts. This report summarizes their discussions about short-term, pragmatic recommendations and the need for long-term, consistent efforts to inform legislators, the media, opinion leaders, policymakers, and the broader public about the importance of the Muslim world to U.S. nat. interests.
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