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Shmuel Sandler

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Senior Research Associate at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies and Professor of Political Science at Bar-Ilan University in Israel

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Barack Obama 's historic win has been cause for celebration among many Americans, including African Americans who thought they might never see the day a black man would come so close…

How Does Obama's Victory Look to the Rest of the World?

Barack Obama 's historic win has been cause for celebration among many Americans, including African Americans who thought they might never see the day a black man would come so close…

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Barack Obama 's historic win has been cause for celebration among many Americans, including African Americans who thought they might never see the day a black man would come so close…

How Does Obama's Victory Look to the Rest of the World?

Barack Obama 's historic win has been cause for celebration among many Americans, including African Americans who thought they might never see the day a black man would come so close…

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