November 5, 2012

Romney's Shallow Foreign Policy

Madeline Albright, Der Spiegel

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We see demagogical campaigning by Governor Mitt Romney, saying that America is not as strong as it once was. But that simply unmasks his shallow and misguided understanding of foreign policy. President Obama has highlighted again and again that, in a more multi-polar world, America is stronger in partnership with growing powers.

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