Monocolumn: Maghreb Focus: Why Republicans Are Saying Nothing

Monocolumn: Maghreb Focus: Why Republicans Are Saying Nothing
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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.

Monocle
  • 1 march 2011

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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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