It's time for the same Obama who spoke so eloquently of a post-partisan era, to shelve the politics and formulate a proper response to the ongoing debacle in Iraq
A world without the US as global policeman will collapse into chaos. Many do not like talking about it like that, but it's true
From the Veterans to Obamacare to the IRS to Benghazi and more, Mr. Obama seems intent on having words like “disaster” and “incompetence” become synonymous with all eight years of his presidency
The flame of democracy, in whose defence America has invested so much blood and treasure, is being left to flicker and die on Obama's watch
While no longer accepting any special responsibility on the world stage, Obama pretends that we are all citizens together. Like Hamlet the President soliloquises; he does not act
A world in which the United States does not lead – and lead proudly from the front, not meekly “from behind” – will be a world of more chaos and danger, and less peace and security
How liberals must give thanks for having one of their own in office to show the Bush administration for the travesty it was. Except that's not quite right, is it?
Sadly, for America and her allies, the President’s speech, combined with the Kerry, Hagel, and Brennan nominations, signals more of the same failed foreign policy
Except when it was politically convenient for Obama, Europe has barely figured in the Administration’s foreign policy. This needs to change
Finally, after two months of waiting, Obama's new foreign policy team has emerged. It may not have been his first-choice lineup, but how will he work with what he's got?
Chuck Hagel is not a terrible choice to lead the Pentagon, but he's not much better than that
Hagel’s appointment to the Pentagon would be important less because of the advice that he’d give the President and more for what it would say about Obama’s comfort with his questionable views
Where will Obama look to involve the Untied States in his second term?
With 'four more years' now more than just a buzz term, who will feature in Obama's increasingly important foreign policy team?
Like most modern American presidents, Obama will likely try to secure his legacy by a bold foreign policy initiative. All the more reason to be concerned
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