U.S. foreign policy at a crossroads
December 3, 2008
These inter-country problems prove especially challenging for the U.S., says Beeman, Because frequently our interests lie on neither or both sides. Beeman, who studies foreign relations, believes that with such a complex mix of friends and enemies the current model of foreign policy is obsolete and a new, multi-faceted approach must be taken. The United States must prepare for this transition. We have not been at all good at this, but it must happen or we will be ground up in it.
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