Charles Krauthammer makes the case that this presidency is disastrous with regard to foreign policy.
Or Devil Obama.
I wonder if comparisons between Neville Chamberlain and Barack Obama are fair. After all, Chamberlain didn’t sell Poland down the river..
There is a problem I have with Mr Krauthammer’s analysis, and that is that it is very Washington-centric.
It seems that country X behaves in such a way towards country Y because of something that the USA does, or fails to do.
Is it possible that around the world, leaders make decisions in their foreign policy based on what they consider best for their own country and their own people, rather than an “are we/aren’t we friends of Barack today” approach?
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