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The current White House has done its best to put the Palestinians on the back burner. But by allowing Israel to continue to run roughshod, circumstances have worsened considerably, and repeated crises have pulled the U.S. back to attention. How will this failed-policy fare now with the most rightwing government in Israeli history?
Mouin Rabbani
Twenty years have passed since the United States invaded Iraq in March 2003, leaving the country and the wider region forever changed. In this Council Views, Middle East Council experts reflect on this seminal moment in the region’s modern history and what has ensued in the two decades since. 
Galip Dalay, Omar H. Rahman, Ranj Alaaldin, Faozi Al-Goidi, Adel Abdel Ghafar, Robert P. Beschel Jr., Tarik M. Yousef, Larbi Sadiki