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The funny thing for me about Robert Kagan is that I very rarely ever disagree with his analysis of the problem. It’s his solutions that I usually have trouble with. So I really liked this Globalist interview, which is limited to one-sentence responses to analytical questions. I’m having trouble deciding which of these two I like the most. On whether a Barack Obama presidency would fundamentally change American foreign policy: So long as U.S. power in all its forms is sufficient to shape the behavior of others, the broad direction of U.S. foreign policy is unlikely to change. And on […]

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