Wall Street Journal
GENEVA -- The Obama administration's push to engage countries like Russia, Iran and Syria is generating broad support in Europe and the Middle East. But smaller U.S. allies are cautioning Washington not to pursue this diplomatic track at their expense.
Some Arab states and Israel fear U.S. diplomacy runs the risk of empowering Iran across their region. Baltic countries and former Warsaw Pact nations, meanwhile, still seek the West's protection in the face of disputes with Russia over territory and energy supplies.
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