Violence in the Middle East

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By The Cycle Staff
Violence in the Middle East
Violence in the Middle East

As the Middle East protests escalates to now include Yemen, Iran, Sudan, Tunisia, and Cairo and we are 54 days until elections one thing is clear: the White House is in crisis mode. The foreign policy conversation is becoming a front runner topic of conversation for this election. Mitt Romney is painting the President as weak, soft, and a detriment to American global prominence, while the President is portraying Romney as inexperienced, tone-dead, and even ignorant.

With violence erupting overnight in Yemen where a heavily armed mob stormed the embassy but did not get inside, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the U.S. is closely watching the developments across the region. Who is winning and who is right? Our spin cycle debates the question

 

 

Violence in the Middle East

Updated