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Romney and the Middle East: Would anything change?

How an Obama defeat might affect the region

by Joe Dyke

As the American people prepare to go to the polls to select their new president, incumbent Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney are on a desperate last minute race for votes.

But for those watching in the Middle East, unable to influence the result, the question is how a change in government would really affect the region.

Click here or on the map below for an infographic on how different Obama and Romney's policies on the Middle East are.

Also see our exclusive graphic Obama and the Middle East – did anything change?


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Joe Dyke

Joe Dyke worked at Executive from 2012 until 2014, mostly as economics and politics editor. He later worked for The New Humanitarian, Agence France Presse (AFP) and is now head of investigations at the civilian harm monitoring organisation Airwars.

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