WPR's The New Rules: A Positive Narrative for U.S. Foreign Policy
Monday, February 27, 2012 at 10:22AM
Thomas P.M. Barnett in Africa, China, EU, LATAM, Obama Administration, Russia, US foreign policy, WPR Column, energy

Where is the positive vision for U.S. foreign policy in this election? President Barack Obama and on-again, off-again “presumptive” GOP nominee Mitt Romney now duel over who is more anti-declinist when it comes to America’s power trajectory, with both slyly attaching their candidacies to the notion that “the worst” is now behind us. On that score, Obama implicitly tags predecessor George W. Bush, while Romney promises a swift end to all things Obama. 

Halftime in America? Indeed.

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