Is There Really an Obama Doctrine? – Room for Debate

Obama, in his speech Monday evening on the American military role in Libya, said that the United States had a responsibility to intervene in foreign conflicts “when our interests and values are at stake.”

Whether they agreed with the president or not, many analysts were quick to see the outlines of an Obama doctrine — a grand strategy for American involvement in wars abroad. Did the president articulate such a blueprint? If so, what is it and what are the long-term risks and implications?


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