Barack Obama's Post-American Foreign Policy
by Robert Singh
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic 2012
Number of pages: 272
Robert Singh argues that Obama's approach of 'strategic engagement' was appropriate for a new era of constrained internationalism, but it has yielded modest results. Obama's search for the pragmatic middle has cost him political support at home and abroad, whilst failing to make decisive gains.
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