February 10, 2014

The Price of Pulling Back from the World

Stephen Sestanovich, New York Times

The Associated Press

IT is easy to forget that when Barack Obama ran for re-election in 2012, his foreign policy was a huge asset. The United States was out of Iraq and doing O.K. in Afghanistan, and had killed Osama bin Laden. Mitt Romney had nothing to shoot at. Today the president finds it harder to explain his global strategy.

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