“U.S. foreign policy in the age of Alzheimer’s.” We’ll do what we can afford and forget the rest.
New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman softens the reality with a tad of humor about why the U.S. will NOT be asserting itself abroad.
“Good luck, world! It’s been fun hanging with you, but we can’t pay for it anymore — not with all of us baby boomers about to retire with no savings. We have a new strategic doctrine coming: