U.S. Role In The World

Trump’s ‘Principled Realism’ a Welcome Departure from Obama’s ‘Dangerous Doctrine’

By Robert G. Kaufman ● Lifezette ● 09/21/2017


The content and trajectory of President Donald Trump’s foreign policy have defied the expectations of many of his supporters as well as his critics across the political spectrum. The president has moved a long way from his campaign positions of denigrating the value of America’s democratic alliances and renouncing America’s role as the world’s default power.

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