Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivered her final official speech at a Washington think tank on Thursday, touting the administration of President Barack Obama's foreign policy record, while conceding that much work remained to be done.
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So with the re-election of Obama, and with his strong foreign policy record and his tough policy against radical extremist forces around the world, he should be in a good position to push for a vigorous policy in the Middle East.
At Liberty Corner, with access to policy records available, Couch responded to claims calls and proactively called out to clients with their policy information readily at hand to be of assistance.
That revelation came as GOP lawmakers, trying to tarnish Obama's foreign policy record ahead of the presidential election, claimed that U.
With about five weeks left before the presidential election, Obama defended his foreign policy record, presented America's stand on human rights, and above all defended everyone's First Amendment rights to be an absolute jerk.
Obama yesterday joined other world leaders at the United Nations after defending his foreign policy record and firing back at suggestions from Republican nominee Mitt Romney that he has been weak with allies and enemies alike.
He assailed Obama's domestic and foreign policy record, vowing to cut the deficit, repeal Obamacare, build the nation's military might and restore U.
What WikiLeaks Tells Us About Assad's Foreign Policy Record "Al-Akhbar has published an article of mine about the Assad regime's relations with the West and its foreign policy objectives, as revealed by the original WikiLeaks cache of US diplomatic cables.