Multiple Crises in the Middle East as US Influence Declines

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With increased violence in Iraq and Yemen, and continuing chaos in Libya and Syria, the Obama Administration is accused of lacking a "coherent policy." In one fight, it shares an enemy with Iran; in another fight, it's the other way around — with a deadline for nuclear talks looming tomorrow. Now the Arab League, led by American allies, is taking what could be a historic step: forming its own military command.  Does the US have any choice -- other than trying to keep up with unpredictable changes in the world's most volatile region?