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The Biden administration confronts a rapidly changing Middle East, as Arabs and Israelis alike adjust to what they perceive to be a U.S. deprioritization of the region. The importance of hydrocarbons, Iran's nuclear program, the promise of expanding the Abraham Accords, and rising Israeli-Palestinian violence assure a continuing U.S. role in the region. How does the administration define its core interests there? And with Russia's war against Ukraine and escalating tensions in the Indo-Pacific, where does the Middle East actually stand in America’s priorities?

Join Aaron David Miller as he sits down with Brett McGurk, deputy assistant to President Biden and the coordinator for the Middle East and North Africa at the White House’s National Security Council (NSC).