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Hmm. Maybe Obama Won't Change Global Opinion of the U.S. After All

Mitchell, Lincoln A.

Obama's unique personal history, commitment to conducting foreign policy differently once in office, ability to put a new face on American foreign policy and strong refutation of his predecessor's policies were going to change how the world viewed America and win back global support for the U.S. At least that is what was supposed to happen. People around the world who saw Obama's election as evidence of the real promise of America and as a reason to hope that Bush's America was an aberration may begin to question these assumptions too.

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October 26, 2011
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