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What U.S. response to Iranian-backed militia attack could mean for the Middle East

President Joe Biden delivers remarks at the St. John Baptist Church in Columbia, South Carolina, on Jan. 28, 2024. Biden vowed on Sunday to strike back after a drone attack he blamed on Iran-backed militant groups killed three U.S. troops in Jordan. (Kent Nishimura/AFP via Getty Images)
President Joe Biden delivers remarks at the St. John Baptist Church in Columbia, South Carolina, on Jan. 28, 2024. Biden vowed on Sunday to strike back after a drone attack he blamed on Iran-backed militant groups killed three U.S. troops in Jordan. (Kent Nishimura/AFP via Getty Images)

We speak with Brian Katulis, senior fellow and vice president of policy at the Middle East Institute, about what the U.S. response to the Iranian-backed militia attack could mean for the wider conflict in the Middle East.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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