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.

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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...