Jean-Marie Guehenno

International Crisis Group

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President of the International Crisis Group, and former deputy joint special envoy for the United Nations and the Arab League to Syria; former French diplomat

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President Obama says the participation of five Arab states in last night’s attacks in Iraq “shows the world that this is not America’s fight alone.”

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President Obama says the participation of five Arab states in last night’s attacks in Iraq “shows the world that this is not America’s fight alone.”

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