Who will replace the US as leader of the free world? Who steps up to the plate? My money is on Israel.
The world is waking up to how good it was under Bush …………..and they ain't seen nothing yet.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy is reportedly growing increasingly
frustrated with the Obama administration. A Reuters analysis piece says Sarkozy
is shifting his focus from the U.S. to other international allies.
Didier Billion of the Institute of International & Strategic Relations
says: "Sarkozy has clearly been thrown off course in his relations with
America." Another foreign affairs expert, Bruno Tertrais from the Foundation for
Strategic Research, adds: "There is an annoyance about what the French see as
naivety in the Obama administration."
One major sticking point has been President Obama's softer stance on Iran,
while President Sarkozy prefers a more hawkish approach. Sarkozy said last
month: "I support America's outstretched hand. But what has the international
community gained from these offers of dialogue? Nothing but more enriched
uranium and centrifuges."
I am sure Angela Merkel is hurling as well.
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