Uprisings, inaction, and intervention. How will history remember the legacy of Barack Obama in the Middle East? Barack Obama entered the office of the presidency with a message of hope and change and as commander in chief to a war he opposed. He is the only president to spend two terms at war so now, as his second and final term comes to end, how have his policies affected the Middle East? CCTV’s Stephanie Freid reports from Tel Aviv.Tonight’s panel takes on Obama’s red-lines, deadlines, and ultimate legacy in the Middle East:Raghida Dergham, founder and executive chairman of the Beirut Institute, and senior correspondent for Al-Hayat.Hamoud Salhi, associate dean and professor of Political Science at California State University Dominguez Hills.Abdel Bari Atwan, author and journalist, and currently the editor of Rai el-Youm, a Pan-Arabic newspaper.