Why We Don't Get No Respect

Zakaria, Fareed
July 2006
Newsweek (Pacific Edition);7/3/2006 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 148 Issue 1/2, p19
The article discusses the broad shift in American diplomacy which Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has engineered. Although U.S. foreign policy has moved toward greater multilateralism, cooperation, and common sense on Iran, North Korea and Iraq, it is not being respected by Europe or the world. Reasons why people are not noticing the improved foreign policy are considered.


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