January 29, 2013

Is Obama Out of Step with U.S. on Foreign Policy?

Bruce Stokes, CNN

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U.S. President Barack Obama's second inaugural address is now history. It has been labeled "progressive," "partisan," "one of the best ever" and "pedestrian." Whatever the positive or negative take on its content, the speech was largely about America's domestic concerns. The limited internationalism highlighted in the speech lacks significant support from the American people, especially those who got him reelected.

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