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Obama hails end to 'longest war,' but wins little applause on Syria, Iran policies

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President Obama devoted only a fraction of his State of the Union remarks to foreign policy, saying he had kept his promise to end the two wars in the Middle East but giving short shrift to the instability and violent unrest that remains in the region. Obama has repeatedly said he wants to be remembered as the president who helped the country move beyond a decade-long period of wars and...

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