August 29, 2014

U.S. Influence Drip-Dripping Away

Adam Garfinkle, The American Interest

The Associated Press

The United Arab Emirates and Egypt bombed Libya without consulting with the United States. Mahmoud Abbas is set to unveil an initiative for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the content of which the United States will not see beforehand. Leading from behind, indeed.

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TAGGED: United States, U.S. Foreign Policy

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