U.S. President Barack Obama (R) hands a challenge coin to Lt. Gen. Mark Milley upon his arrival to attend a memorial service in Fort Hood, Texas April 9, 2014.
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Attempting to cling desperately to its position as the world's superpower, the United States appears to have never been so isolationist in its foreign policy, or to have faced such a credibility gap.Since George W. Bush's blind failures in Iraq, an invasion based on an assumption, the ramifications of which are still being keenly felt 11 years later, with daily death tolls showing no signs of abating, American foreign policy has continued to clumsily plod along.Will the U.S. now punish Israel for this disruption?
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