October 27, 2012

The Limits of U.S. Power

Caroline Glick, Jerusalem Post

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Monday’s US presidential debate on foreign policy came and went. And we are none the wiser for it. Not surprisingly, at the height of the campaign season, neither US President Barack Obama nor his Republican challenger Gov. Mitt Romney was interested in revealing his plans for the next four years. But from what was said, we can be fairly certain that a second Obama term will involve no departure from his foreign policy in his current term in office.

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