The victories of Islamic
parties in Egypt and elsewhere have forced the United States to embark
on an untested strategy to engage with groups that have historically
been hostile to American interests, analysts say.
"From a U.S. perspective,
we have no choice but to deal with the Muslim Brotherhood," says Shadi
Hamid, an analyst at the Brookings Doha Center, a think tank in Qatar.
"I don't see what the alternative is."
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