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Luis Ramirez
May 16, 2014 12:43 AM
President Barack Obama's foreign policy has come under criticism, not just from Republican lawmakers and conservative pundits, but also from centrists who accuse the president of taking an approach they describe as unclear, weak, and isolationist. Others say the president's strategy is in line with American public opinion, which has been shaped by a more than a decade of war. VOA White House correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.

Critics Question Obama Doctrine

Luis Ramirez

Published May 15, 2014

President Barack Obama's foreign policy has come under criticism, not just from Republican lawmakers and conservative pundits, but also from centrists who accuse the president of taking an approach they describe as unclear, weak, and isolationist. Others say the president's strategy is in line with American public opinion, which has been shaped by a more than a decade of war. VOA White House correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.


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