March 30, 2012

Obama's 'Flexibility' Doctrine

Charles Krauthammer, National Review

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You don't often hear an American president secretly (he thinks) assuring foreign leaders that concessions are coming their way, but they must wait because he's seeking reelection and he dares not tell his own people.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, Dmitri Medvedev, Russia, 2012

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