[NPR's Scott Horsley reports on U.S. foreign policy].

President Obama describes his foreign policy using a baseball metaphor saying, "you hit singles, you hit doubles; every once in a while you hit a home run." Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) criticizes Obama's slow responses to crises. Foreign policy expert David Rothkopf, says Obama has rationalized where...

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Corporate Author: National Public Radio (U.S.)
Other Authors: Horsley, Scott (Reporter)
Obama, Barack
Corker, Bob
Rothkopf, David J. (David Jochanan), 1955-
Siegel, Robert (Host)
Language:English
Published: [2014]
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Physical Description:1 electronic audio file (4 min., 10 sec.) : digital, WAV file.
Other Uniform Title:All things considered (Radio program)
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President Obama describes his foreign policy using a baseball metaphor saying, "you hit singles, you hit doubles; every once in a while you hit a home run." Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) criticizes Obama's slow responses to crises. Foreign policy expert David Rothkopf, says Obama has rationalized where the country finds itself, is "self-serving," and may be playing it too safe. On "All Things Considered."
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Call Number:Voice 24129
Playing Time:00:04:10
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Broadcast on NPR, Apr. 29, 2014.