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The Obamians

The Struggle Inside the White House to Redefine American Power
Mann, Jim (Book - 2012 )
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
The Obamians


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An analysis of the events, ideas, and conflicts that have defined the Obama administration's foreign policy explores the struggles to enact coherent and effective policies at a time of global turmoil.
Authors: Mann, Jim, 1946-
Title: The Obamians
the struggle inside the White House to redefine American power
Publisher: New York :, Penguin Books,, 2012.
Characteristics: xx, 392 p., [16] p. of plates :,ill. ;,24 cm.
Contents: Prologue
"A Look I Recognized"
"I'm Running Out of Demons"
Democrats In Exile
The Trout Fishers
The Obamians
"Join Us"
The Campaign: "Kill Terrorists Around the World"
CIA and the "Aw, Shit!" Campaign
Afghanistan, the Second COIN
"It's Not Like This Ghost in His Head"
The Speeches: "Evil Does Exist"
The Scowcroft Democrats
No Roosevelt, No Churchill, No Brandy
"Iran, Iran, Iran and Iran"
The Outsiders
"Just Richard Being Richard"
Hillary Clinton's Miracle Speech
"Now Means Yesterday"
"We Are All Democrats Now"
Libya : To Fly
"Fight Your Way Out?"
Conclusion.
Summary: An analysis of the events, ideas, and conflicts that have defined the Obama administration's foreign policy explores the struggles to enact coherent and effective policies at a time of global turmoil.
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ISBN: 9780670023769
0670023760
9780143124269
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  • floy rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

Despite its cartoon-like cover, this is a dead serious book about Obama's foreign policy. The author discusses problems and policies with various nations. There's an emphasis on discussing aides and advisors to the president and their role in developing policy as well as comparing Obama's decisions with those of his predecessors. The book is well-written and suitable for the layperson. However, it becomes heavy lifting after awhile to read foreign policy for 350 pages. I'd suggest buying the book and reading it a chapter at a time so it can be absorbed.

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