The Election, the Presidency, and Foreign Policy

The closer we get to the presidential election, the more we are bombarded with facts, opinions, predictions, and the like from both ends of the political spectrum. One thing I like about this analysis . . . → Read More: The Election, the Presidency, and Foreign Policy

The closer we get to the presidential election, the more we are bombarded with facts, opinions, predictions, and the like from both ends of the political spectrum.

One thing I like about this analysis from my friend and geopolitical expert George Friedman is that he starts off with an obvious yet understated fact: you can’t believe what presidential candidates say. Not because they are pathological liars, but because they must make promises that, once elected, they cannot keep, given the reality of the office.

Whether or not you buy the idea that presidents have much less power than we think, George’s … [visit site to read more]

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