April 3, 2014

America Needs a Pivot to Europe

Clemens Wergin, New York Times

The Associated Press

Remember America’s pivot to Asia? Just over three years ago, President Obama announced that Washington would rebalance its resources to a part of the world where, it was believed, the decisive battles of the 21st century would be fought.

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