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Trump's Foreign Policy Is Plagued by a Lack of Clarity – Politics, News, Polls, Economy, Wellbeing, and World
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Trump's Foreign Policy Is Plagued by a Lack of Clarity

By David Ignatius

WASHINGTON — Critics have complained about President Trump’s bombast on foreign policy, but some GOP insiders worry about a less visible problem — a hollowed-out bureaucracy that has been slow to develop and implement strategy.
Skeptics say that on major issues — Afghanistan, Iran, Syria, Iraq, Russia — the Trump administration hasn’t explained clear, systematic plans for achieving results. Even where there seems to be a coherent diplomatic strategy, as on North Korea, the president often undercuts it with Twitter storms or personal tirades.
Because so many key political positions haven’t… …read more

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