US President Barack Obama may have mapped out his foreign policy for his second term in office, but his choice for a new national security cabinet has left many wondering whether he has produced a team which will tackle new global problems with a united vision – or end up as rivals leaving the president to manage internal fall out and squabbles. This report looks at his three choices and what they face as part of President Obama’s plan for the next four years.

A TOP priority for US President Barack Obama is to get his national security cabinet confirmed by the Senate.

There has been a good deal of controversy over the president’s n...

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Dr. James Jay Carafano
If all three are confirmed they will more than likely endorse the President’s current foreign and defence policies
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