"Change, We Can" - But Will He?

Bonsignore, Ezio
December 2008
Military Technology;2008, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p4
The author reflects on the economic and political policies of U.S. President-elect Barack Obama. He believes that not all of Obama's policies will become successful and would able meet the demands that are expected of him, in spite of his excellent intelligence and characteristics. He also hopes that Obama will be able to settle the situation in Iraq and Afghanistan and would be able to bring the U.S. military troops home while minimising any ensuing strategic losses.


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