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Today the United States is more engaged, in more places and in more ways, than it was eight years ago. In fact, on the issues that matter most, Obama’s mark will be enduring and largely positive.
Derek Chollet offers analysis of President Obama’s foreign policy during his two terms in office, and argues that the president would be remembered as one of the most deft on foreign policy.
The offhand remark spurred a massive success in Syria. Why does the foreign policy establishment consider it a failure?
Derek Chollet, former Obama administration assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs, now a counselor and senior adviser at The German Marshall Fund of the United States, talks about his new book The Long Game: How Obama Defied Washington and Redefined America’s Role in the World.
Obama is seeking to redefine “strength” and “power.”
Although he never saw battle or served in uniform, Barack Obama entered the White House with bold ambitions for what he wanted to achieve as commander in chief.