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The battle for the international skies

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Foreign Policy Institute Fellow Afshin Molavi and Air Transport World Editor in Chief Karen Walker discuss why American, United and Delta airlines are at war with the Middle Eastern airlines. The reason: the alleged subsidies the Middle Eastern carriers get from their governments.