Andreas Zumach of Die Tageszietung says European politicians favored Obama’s general statements on the need for improving the Euro-Atlantic alliance and they like what he said about more cooperation on global issues like climate change and about the U.S. obeying international law.
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But they are very wary about Obama’s message on Afghanistan, where he undiplomatically said, "We need more of your troops in Afghanistan," which means more war fighting done by the Europeans in a war that many is doomed to be lost.
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