Rochdi Younsi

Director for the Middle East and Africa Practice, Eurasia Group

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Director for the Middle East and Africa Practice of the Eurasia Group, a political risk consultancy firm based in Washington, DC

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As President Obama arrived in Saudi Arabia today, Al-Jazeera aired what purports to be a  threatening new audiotape  from Osama bin Laden.

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