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U.S.-based political analysts said Washington was still working on a specific response to the elections' outcome.Katulis played down any drastic changes in U.S. policy toward Lebanon and said that those who are currently critical of the Lebanese government in Congress will continue to be so."What matters from a U.S. inter-agency perspective has more to do with actions after the elections that will signal Lebanese intent".He said that whoever represents Lebanon in international dealings – especially in military matters given significant Western support for the Lebanese Armed Forces – will affect U.S. approaches to the country.
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