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As international crises and foreign policy challenges mount, the world looks to the United States for a broad, consistent strategy that can be relied upon over time.The president does not deny these constant shifts.Trump thinks of himself as a tough guy and certainly likes to talk that way.Monday, U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley announced that if the Security Council did not take action against the Assad regime, the United States might act on its own. And also this week, the president asserted that he would deal with the North Korea threat unilaterally if China refused to help.Trump's Taiwan gambit failed badly, forcing him essentially to apologize to President Xi Jinping.A bombing strike against Assad is highly unlikely to change anything in Syria's messy civil war.While largely continuing the Obama administration's campaign against radical Islamic terror groups, the Trump administration has ratcheted up the use of force in almost every arena.
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