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7 Jul, 2009 11:48

“Obama has chosen the easiest part to restart”

“Apart from the question of nuclear arms reduction there was hardly any other single crucial issue discussed between the two presidents,” complains international relations analyst Ekaterina Kuznetsova.

“The question of reduction of nuclear stockpiles will be the main issue but, when in connection with this issue, President Obama mentioned such countries as North Korea and Iran, yet he did not mention such countries as Pakistan, India or Israel – countries that also have a nuclear arsenal. This is a very strange position, which leads us to say that President Obama does not have a clear, explicit foreign policy.”