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Milwaukee, US, Sept. 10, 2015: Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton smirks during a 'Women for Hillary' organising meeting at the University of Wisconsin (source: dpa)

Few telltales yet about US foreign policy course after Obama

Despite the successful negotiation of an agreement on oversight of Iran’s nuclear programme, the level of dissatisfaction in the United States with President Barack Obama’s foreign policy continues to grow. Discontent has fuelled speculation over what changes the next president might make. Observers will watch closely what the candidates profess on the campaign trail over the coming months, the election results themselves and the new chief executive’s cabinet appointments. But most telling will be early decisions on the most high-profile global challenges holding Washington’s attention. Among these, Russia, Iran and China loom large.

By any measure, Americans’ displeasure with their c...

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Dr. James Jay Carafano
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