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Topic - Rosemary Hollis
"Associating Obama with Europe links him to the current malaise in Europe, and Americans know it's a basket case," she said. "It plays to the stereotypical notion that the U.S.A. has about Europe, that they are freeloaders, with no defense capability, and live on welfare benefits."
"It is not so much that Syria remains their strongest ally in the region," Rosemary Hollis, professor of Middle East policy studies at London's City University, said about Moscow and Beijing.