March 31, 2014

Time for Obama to Face Global Realities

Trudy Rubin, Philadelphia Inquirer

The Associated Press

There's a link between all these headaches, and you sometimes seem to get it, but your foreign policy doesn't reflect that understanding. Isn't it time your team started connecting the dots?

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TAGGED: Crimea, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Afghanistan, U.S. Foreign Policy, Syria, Barack Obama

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