Jan 22, 2009
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Now that Barack Obama has taken the oath and become the 44th President of the United States, he faces great expectations at home and abroad to steer the U.S. and global economy out of the greatest post-war recession and financial crisis, to re-align the U.S. foreign policy stance and global standing on issues like financial sector regulation, climate change, trade talks and nuclear proliferation. He – and his team – enters with large amounts of political capital. Obama's public acknowledgment that the country's economic woes will remain challenging in the near-term and will involve[...]
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