May 28, 2014

12 Ways to Fix U.S. Foreign Policy

Richard Haass, Huffington Post

The Associated Press

President Obama has been critical of his foreign policy critics of late, suggesting that they had little to propose other than military intervention. As a sometimes critic, I take exception to that charge, as I rarely support "boots on the ground," but do question the Obama administration both for what it is doing and not doing.

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