Bush’s failure with America’s allies

Sep 11, 2003 19:22 · 76 words · 1 minute read

Fred Kaplan writes Bush’s Many Miscalculations – On Sept. 11, the president was handed a historic opportunity. He ignored it.:

An American leader could have taken advantage of that moment and reached out to the world, forged new alliances, strengthened old ones, and laid the foundations of a new, broad-based system of international security for the post-Cold War era—much as Harry Truman and George Marshall had done in the months and years following World War II.