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Once an area of strength, foreign policy is now among Obama's weakest areas.

The Kentucky Senator is never mentioned by name in the speech. But he's everywhere in it.

The Post's chief White House correspondent, Scott Wilson, owns Twitter.

Besides terrorism, Obama's has received middling ratings on foreign policy

The Rand Paul wing of the party isn't going to fade away anytime soon.

Americans' hesitation isn't really about Syria; it's more about their increasingly non-interventionist attitude.

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If diplomacy wins out, what to make of the talk about consequences?

And the winner is ... well, both of them.

The 2012 terrorist attack still isn't drawing wide public attention.

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