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A panel talks about the latest developments in U.S. relations with Saudi Arabia, and the important role this Arab ally plays in the war on terrorism, policy toward Iraq, and more.
- Meyrav Wurmser director of the Center for Middle East Policy at the Hudson Institute
- Youssef Ibrahim senior fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations
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