September 20, 2013

America Needs Neocentrist Foreign Policy

Jonathan Schanzer, Politico

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Few are brave enough to revisit neoconservatism in Obama’s Washington, yet it’s not hard to recognize that the Obama Doctrine has failed. Washington seeks a centrist approach to these challenges. Washington seeks a neocentrism.

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TAGGED: Foreign Policy, Barack Obama, United States

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