Why Does U.S. Having Varying Responses to Mid-East Unrest?

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The U.S. response to Middle East unrest has varied from vocal support for demonstrations in Egypt to NATO attacks in Libya to near silence on protesters' marches in Bahrain. Judy Woodruff discusses the U.S.'s contrasting responses with the Center for American Progress's Brian Katulis and Human Rights Watch's Maria McFarland.

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