July 21, 2014

As the World Burns, America Shrugs

Robert Fulford, National Post

The Associated Press

The world’s governments no longer worry as much as they once did about what Washington wants, partly because Washington doesn’t know what it wants. U.S. policy has become erratic and half-hearted, subject to arbitrary change without notice.

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

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