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  • Article // Nov 07, 2014
    David Mack
    Washington’s attention span does not often include North Africa. The American public has relatively little interest in the region, and the foreign policy agenda is crammed with hot button issues in the Middle East and elsewhere around the globe. It has been too easy to ignore slow burning fuses in Libya and the Maghreb until they explode in the world’s face. Conversely, positive opportunities may go unfulfilled due to lack of interest by top decision makers and few resources to nurture hopeful trends.