Saturday, June 26, 2010

Waiting For A Non-Bush Doctrine From Obama

A research fellow at Cato discusses it:

"But the problem with foreign policy doctrines is that they are not the real explanations for why America goes abroad to fight adversaries and help friends. Instead, these doctrines provide a rationale for American global interventions that in essence are a reflection of U.S. interests and capabilities — or the way these are being perceived by American presidents."

Read the whole article here.



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