February 28, 2012

Barack Obama's Reluctant Realism

Michael O'Hanlon, CNN

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On the big foreign policy subjects where Obama had transformative aspirations - repairing relations with the Islamic world, moving towards a nuclear-weapons-free planet, restructuring the architecture and membership of institutions like the United Nations, reducing global poverty, mitigating climate change - Obama’s efforts have been largely frustrated.

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