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More than nonchalance

Reader comment on item: White House Nonchalance [toward the Middle East]

Submitted by SFauvis (South Korea), Jun 7, 2012 at 15:31

The ineffectiveness and bungling of this administration in the realm of foreign policy is quite incomprehensible. From the weakness shown towards Russia, the bungling of the Poland defense system, to refusing to take a stance when it could have mattered in Iran, to Libya, etc., there has been a consistent incompetence that could be the result of naivete, or perhaps something darker, like ideology.

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