Monocolumn: Maghreb Focus: Why Republicans Are Saying Nothing
The American right is wrestling with its own incoherence in trying to formulate a foreign policy in the years since the latest Bush has left the scene.
For nearly two years, there have been nearly unanimous verdicts among Republicans on virtually every aspect of Barack Obama’s policymaking. His spending packages and environmental agenda: bad. Health-care insurance reforms: very bad. Escalating the war in Afghanistan and keeping Guantanamo open: surprisingly good.
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