The First 100 Days of Obama's Foreign Policy

by Benjamin Domenech on 1:29 am April 29, 2009

“The problem with promoting the person of the President as a stand-in for U.S. interests is that it leaves America vulnerable to the priorities of others,” writes Kim Holmes. “It is not all that difficult to get applause from foreign audiences when you embrace their priorities and criticize your own country.” It’s harder than that.

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