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Glass half full? Obama's judicious foreign policy record - Brookings Institution (blog)

Now well into the final year of his presidency, President Barack Obama recently gave a surprisingly frank and poignant review of his foreign policy record in an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic . There were a number of notable... But a central element of the discussion was Obama’s rebuke to many critics of his foreign policy. He complained that much of the “establishment” seems to have a foreign policy playbook that requires frequent and excessive use of force whenever a crisis arises that displeases the United States. Instead, Obama called for a much more restrained, selective, and strategic approach in the employment of American military power. In many ways, I think the president is right. As I have written before , Obama’s original and very lofty goals for his presidency have generally proven elusive. Barack Obama may not be able to heal the planet, rid the Earth of nuclear weapons, or stop the oceans’ rise as his signature legacies. But, in fact, there is a strategy, even if it is more often implied than explicit, and even if it falls short of the president’s own preferences of what writers and historians might say about his two terms in office. Obama is attempting to be strategic in the most literal and relevant senses of the word—defining priorities and holding to them, even when that makes him appear indifferent or indecisive in response to certain types of crises or challenges. Consider just a few of the cases that seemed to be on the president’s mind in the conversation with Goldberg:. Obama did not use force against Syria after President Bashar Assad violated his “red line” and used chemical weapons. Obama did not use force against Vladimir Putin in Ukraine. The president is right: Ukraine is not an American ally, and Russia has a larger stake in its future than does America. As such, economic responses are the preferred policy tool here as well. Obama stayed firm but restrained towards China in the South China Sea. But his no-drama Obama approach has been correct, as he has left little doubt that America is committed. Source: www.brookings.edu

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  • Glass half full? Obama's judicious foreign policy record

    Staying out has not worked any better than President George W. Bush's approach to Iraq (even if it has of course cost far fewer American lives). Worse, Obama seems to justify his Syria policy largely by invoking Iraq—as if the 2003 invasion and

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@George_Rowden ill have a word. Why you still up? Who you with 03/06/16, @Glenn_Ohanlon
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Recipes

  • George's Fruit Cookies

    flour, baking soda, cinnamon, cloves, eggs, molasses, raisins, salt, shortening, vanilla extract, walnut, water, sugar

Books

  • Motion Picture Series and Sequels

    Routledge. 2013. ISBN: 9781317928942,1317928946. 416 pages.

    In 1989 alone, for example, there were some forty-five major motion pictures which were sequels or part of a series. The film series phenomenon crosses all genres and has been around since the silent film era. This reference guide, in alphabetical order, lists some 906 English Language motion pictures, from 1899 to 1990, when the book was initially published. A brief plot description is given for each series entry, followed by the individual film titles with corresponding years, directors and performers. Animated pictures, documentaries and concert films are not included but movies released direct to video are.

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  • U21s: Liverpool 1-1 Manchester United – James Weir goal earns draw

    03/12/16 ,via thepeoplesperson.com

    Man of the Match: Joe Riley. Liverpool: Ward, Randall (Whelan 77′), Smith, Skrtel (Maguire 61′), Caulker, Chirivella, Ibe (O’Hanlon 69′), Brannagan, Sinclair, Kent, Ojo. Unused Substitutes: George, Madger Gomes. Goal(s): Sinclair (50′), Ojo (70′).

  • Glass half full? Obama’s judicious foreign policy record

    03/11/16 ,via Brookings

    Yet the war has been a travesty. Staying out has not worked any better than President George W. Bush’s approach to Iraq (even if it has of course cost far fewer American lives). Worse, Obama seems to justify his Syria policy largely by invoking Iraq—as ...

  • County 3 Northwich Vics 0 (Cheshire Senior Cup S/F)

    03/09/16 ,via vital footbal

    first through Brynk, and then Howard , but Smalley and O'Hanlon saw them off to keep it at 2-0 More spirited ... Garvin was first on for Roberts, followed by Ryan Ellison ( Marsden) and George West ( Odejayi). As I said earlier it was particularly good ...

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George O'Hanlon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

George O'Hanlon (November 23, 1912 – February 11, 1989) was an American film and voice actor, comedian, and TV writer. [2] Movie fans know O'Hanlon best as the star ...

George O'Hanlon Jr. - IMDb

George O'Hanlon Jr., Actor: The Karate Kid, Part II. George O'Hanlon, Jr. appeared in play productions at Agoura High School in California. After he signed with an ...

George O'Hanlon - The Jetsons Wiki - Wikia

George O'Hanlon (born on November 23, 1912 in Brooklyn, New York) was a film & voice actor, comedian & television writer known for his voice-over role of George ...

George O'Hanlon (1912 - 1989) - Find A Grave Memorial

George O'Hanlon: Memorial; Photos; Flowers; Edit; Share; Birth: Nov ... and director. He supplied the voice of 'George Jetson' on the 1960s animated TV series "The ...

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Deborah Ohanlon - Pictures, News, Information from the web

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George Jetson voice actor George O'Hanlon publicity photo, 1988

George Jetson voice actor George O'Hanlon publicity photo, 1988
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