July 15, 2014

How Obama Lost Friends and Influence

Patrick Smith, The Fiscal Times

The Associated Press

Bad comes to worse in the Obama administration’s ties with Europe. Obama’s trans-Atlantic crisis is less dramatic than his other foreign policy failures: Syria, Egypt, the Mideast, China. But the implications of this debacle could prove profoundly significant—politically and diplomatically, for sure, but also by way of international trade and investment.

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