Recently, while discussing the latest horrific state violence unleashed upon unarmed civilian protesters in Egypt, David Gregory wondered aloud on "Meet the Press": "One of the things that's striking as I talk to people is this question: Why can't the U.S. do more, why can't we have greater influence here?" Beyond the current events in Egypt, Gregory's question is one that U.S. officials, policymakers and pundits consistently apply to any country or region that defies U.S. foreign-policy objectives.
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