Obama's failed foreign policy vision

Nile Gardiner:
The president's West Point speech was short on policy but big on grandiose platitudes and self-congratulatory statements that will do nothing to reassure America's allies in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. It was a distinctly lightweight address on issues of tremendous gravity, with a direct impact on U.S. interests. From Tokyo to London, America's partners are looking to Washington for leadership, but getting feel-good Twitter sound bites instead.
There is more.

I find him easy to tune out these days.  Gardiner was not the only one unimpressed with this effort and even the audience of cadets mostly sat on their hands.   The speech was loaded with the usual Obama straw men and false choices.


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