The foreign policy of Barack Obama has been the foreign policy of the United States since Obama's administration in January 2009 was inaugurated. Obama named his chief rival for the nomination Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State during his first term, with Massachusetts Senator John Kerry taking over the post in February 2013. Supporters of Obama's foreign policy applaud what they describe as his cooperation with allies and multilateralism, his ending of the Iraq War, his continuation of the process of ending U.S. combat operations in Afghanistan, the administration's attempts at destroying al-Qaeda's core leadership, particularly the killing of Osama bin Laden; promoting discussions that led to the 2015 Paris Agreement on global climate change, brokering a nuclear deal with Iran, and no

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  • バラク・オバマ政権の外交政策(英語:Foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration)では、バラク・オバマ政権下での2009年1月20日以降のアメリカ合衆国の外交政策について説明する。オバマの主要な外交政策アドバイザーにはヒラリー・ロダム・クリントン国務長官、ジェームズ・L・ジョーンズ国家安全保障担当大統領補佐官、スーザン・E・ライス国連大使らがいる。オバマの外交政策の全体像はワシントン・ポスト紙のコラムニストE・J・ディオンヌによって「米国の力を臆することなく展開するが、その行使には現実的な限界と自覚に満ちていなければならないとする現実主義の一形態」と規定され、「オバマ・ドクトリン」と仮定された。 (ja)
  • Política externa de Barack Obama refere-se à forma como têm sido conduzida a política externa dos Estados Unidos ao longo da Presidência de Barack Hussein Obama, desde sua posse em 20 de janeiro de 2009. Obama nomeou sua ex-rival partidária, Hillary Rodham Clinton como Secretária de Estado de seu primeiro mandato, sendo sucedida por John Kerry a partir de fevereiro de 2013. Apoiadores da política externa de Obama costumam elogiar o que descrevem como sua cooperação com aliança e multilateralismo, seus esforços para encerrar a Guerra do Iraque, seu prosseguimento para com o processo de paz no Afeganistão, as tentativas de combater o terrorismo e a normalização das relações com Cuba. Tais apoiadores são exemplificados por Hillary Clinton e John Kerry, assim como as conselheiras Susan Rice e Samantha Power, como os nomes-chave da política diplomática do governo Obama. Há um debate entre estudiosos se a política externa de Obama é parte de uma doutrina geral, sendo que ainda não há um consenso sobre o presumível estabelecimento de uma "Doutrina Obama". Por outro lado, a Administração Obama tem sido criticada no espectro político. Políticos conservadores, como o republicano John McCain e o senador Lindsey Graham, já acusaram o Presidente de ser mais "refreado e ineficaz" em expandir a influência norte-americana. Alguns opositores até mesmo defendem que a política de "apaziguamento" liderada por Obama t3m levado a um retrocesso do papel dos Estados Unidos no cenário internacional e a um desinteresse por parte de tradicionais aliados, como o Reino Unido. Por outro lado, liberais como Jimmy Carter e Dennis Kucinich têm acusado-o de "cinismo" político. Mais especificamente, alguns críticos afirmam que Obama tem seguido políticas imperalistas similares às de seu antecessor, George W. Bush, de quem buscou distanciar politicamente ao longo de sua campanha. (pt)
  • The foreign policy of Barack Obama has been the foreign policy of the United States since Obama's administration in January 2009 was inaugurated. Obama named his chief rival for the nomination Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State during his first term, with Massachusetts Senator John Kerry taking over the post in February 2013. Supporters of Obama's foreign policy applaud what they describe as his cooperation with allies and multilateralism, his ending of the Iraq War, his continuation of the process of ending U.S. combat operations in Afghanistan, the administration's attempts at destroying al-Qaeda's core leadership, particularly the killing of Osama bin Laden; promoting discussions that led to the 2015 Paris Agreement on global climate change, brokering a nuclear deal with Iran, and normalizing U.S. relations with Cuba. Supporters are typified by liberals such as Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, as well as advisors Susan Rice and Samantha Power. There is a debate on whether Obama's foreign policy is part of a general doctrine, but there is still no consensus on the existence and/or definition of an "Obama doctrine" and its effects on U.S. Foreign policy. The Obama administration's foreign policy has received criticism across the political spectrum. "Hawkish" conservatives such as Obama's 2008 Republican challenger John McCain and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham have accused the President of being timid and ineffectual in wielding American influence. Some even claim that Obama's policy of "appeasement" leads to a US retreat from the world scene and to an abandon of U.S. allies. On the other hand, more "dovish" liberals such as Jimmy Carter and Dennis Kucinich have accused him of cynicism and heavy-handedness. More specifically, some critics charge that he has pursued similarly imperialistic policies to those of his predecessor, George W. Bush, of whom Obama was deeply critical during his tenure in the Senate and his 2008 presidential campaign. Substantial geopolitical developments that have occurred during Obama's presidency include: the aftermath of the world-wide "Great Recession" of 2008 and the ensuing Eurozone crisis; the P5+1 dialogue with Iran; the widespread Arab Spring protests that toppled numerous governments in the Middle East and precipitated civil wars in Libya and Syria; the opening of new fronts in the "War on Terror" such as Mali and Yemen, and the growing and controversial role of drone aircraft in the conflict; attempts to negotiate free trade agreements in the Trans-Pacific and Transatlantic areas; the mass unauthorized publication of classified documents by WikiLeaks, as well as Edward Snowden's revelations of extensive government surveillance; the Russian invasion of Ukraine; and the return of US Forces to Iraq. Secretary of State John Kerry told the Organization of American States in November 2013 that the Monroe Doctrine was dead. On April 10, 2015, in Panama City, Panama, Obama said, “The days in which our agenda in this hemisphere so often presumed that the United States could meddle with impunity, those days are past,” he said. (en)
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  • バラク・オバマ政権の外交政策(英語:Foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration)では、バラク・オバマ政権下での2009年1月20日以降のアメリカ合衆国の外交政策について説明する。オバマの主要な外交政策アドバイザーにはヒラリー・ロダム・クリントン国務長官、ジェームズ・L・ジョーンズ国家安全保障担当大統領補佐官、スーザン・E・ライス国連大使らがいる。オバマの外交政策の全体像はワシントン・ポスト紙のコラムニストE・J・ディオンヌによって「米国の力を臆することなく展開するが、その行使には現実的な限界と自覚に満ちていなければならないとする現実主義の一形態」と規定され、「オバマ・ドクトリン」と仮定された。 (ja)
  • The foreign policy of Barack Obama has been the foreign policy of the United States since Obama's administration in January 2009 was inaugurated. Obama named his chief rival for the nomination Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State during his first term, with Massachusetts Senator John Kerry taking over the post in February 2013. Supporters of Obama's foreign policy applaud what they describe as his cooperation with allies and multilateralism, his ending of the Iraq War, his continuation of the process of ending U.S. combat operations in Afghanistan, the administration's attempts at destroying al-Qaeda's core leadership, particularly the killing of Osama bin Laden; promoting discussions that led to the 2015 Paris Agreement on global climate change, brokering a nuclear deal with Iran, and no (en)
  • Política externa de Barack Obama refere-se à forma como têm sido conduzida a política externa dos Estados Unidos ao longo da Presidência de Barack Hussein Obama, desde sua posse em 20 de janeiro de 2009. Obama nomeou sua ex-rival partidária, Hillary Rodham Clinton como Secretária de Estado de seu primeiro mandato, sendo sucedida por John Kerry a partir de fevereiro de 2013. Apoiadores da política externa de Obama costumam elogiar o que descrevem como sua cooperação com aliança e multilateralismo, seus esforços para encerrar a Guerra do Iraque, seu prosseguimento para com o processo de paz no Afeganistão, as tentativas de combater o terrorismo e a normalização das relações com Cuba. (pt)
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