From Crimea to Geneva: Pinpointing Obama's Weak Spot

The U.S. president has a habit of bending to pressures from the weaker party in any given conflict. His soft spot for the underdog isn't terribly helpful of late.

Over and over again U.S. President Barack Obama has been attacked for his weak stand against Russia, Iran or Bashar al-Assad. But the crisis in Crimea shows a different kind of weakness. There is no doubt which is the strong side in the conflict between the government in Kiev and Russian President Vladimir Putin, but it seems like Obama is also a little intimidated by Ukrainian Prime...