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What now for American foreign policy?

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It's hard to know where America stands in the world. This most powerful of nations has lost its way. Ed Miliband's opposition to a war strike against Syria bounced Obama into doing the same when he was Commander-in-Chief and did nor have to go to Congress. This seriously weakened his presidency.

In fact, if anything the only person who has been strengthened in all this toing and froing is the wretched Assad.

Strange times. 


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