US plans for Syria and Egypt

Jake Sullivan, the director of policy planning at the US state department, speaks about engagement in the region.

    One year after the Arab Spring began, the US State Department continues to deal with the crisis in Syria while working towards reshaping US policy on Egypt. 

    Rosiland Jordan speaks to Jake Sullivan, the director of policy planning at the state department, about US engagement in the region.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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