International Crises Put Obama in a Bind

In the Arab world, calls for the United States to get more engaged are growing louder. But domestically, it seems intervention fatigue is sinking in, as evidenced by record opposition to the war in Afghanistan. The two forces combined pose a significant challenge for President Obama, who has maintained an active presence on the international front but without directly confronting the uprising. While it's not the first time a U.S. president has been confronted with the double task of tackling...Full Story
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