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FPRI’s Barak Mendelsohn Quoted in New York Daily News on the U.S.’s Absence from Paris March

FPRI’s Barak Mendelsohn Quoted in New York Daily News on the U.S.’s Absence from Paris March


“It’s puzzling. I cannot find any logical explanation for this and just don’t buy the logistics argument…It’s not the best way to demonstrate leadership. The symbolism won’t be lost on the Europeans.”

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