July 15, 2014

Another Foreign Policy Strikeout for Obama

Dana Milbank, Washington Post

The Associated Press

President Obama has described his foreign-policy doctrine as an attempt to hit singles, doubles and the occasional home run. But at this stage of the game, it looks as though he has popped out, grounded into a double play and been hit by a pitch.

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TAGGED: U.S. Foreign Policy, United States, Barack Obama

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