In his speech today, Barack Obama called for “rebuilding our alliances” and declared that “now is the time for a new era of international cooperation.” Indeed, much of his candidacy is based on the idea that he’ll be a superior diplomat who will improve America’s reputation abroad. Yet when he heads on a high-profile overseas trip this month, his campaign won’t be allowing journalists from foreign media outlets to travel along, according to a U.S.-based correspondent for a prominent overseas news organization who I chatted with at the Obama speech. The new kind of international politics, I suppose.
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