Missing from Obama’s foreign policy speech: the peace process and the fire in his belly
The critics that Obama confronted at West Point are also Israel’s strongest allies: Those who see international diplomacy as weakness and military intervention as the only sign of strength.
To say that the Israeli-Palestinian peace process was conspicuously absent from U.S. President Barack Obama’s speech at West Point on Wednesday is an understatement. Administration officials tried to downplay the significance of the omission, but the facts speak for themselves: Obama devoted almost 5000 words to outlining America’s foreign...
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