Brennan: U.S. Can’t ‘Wave a Magic Wand’ to Bring Stability to the Middle East

‘Middle East is going through a very difficult and complex period of its history’

BRENNAN: "Now, a lot of the problems that were never addressed in these regimes are coming to the fore. Terrorist groups and extremist groups are again seizing upon it. We need to look at what are those issues we need to address and help them. But in United States has only limited influence to shape the Middle East. A lot of individuals think the United States can wave a magic wand and we can’t."

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