Barack Obama’s foreign policy was characterised as leading from behind.
Trump’s doctrine may come to be understood as retreating from the front.
The problem with the foreign secretary is not that he is a poodle: poodles tend to be dependable and loyal. The problem is that he’s a disorganised narcissist.
The Foreign Office needs to learn some new tricks, April 13, 2017, at 11:14 AM
… Yet the foreign secretary is in some ways an embodiment of what is wrong with Britain’s foreign policy: shambolic, distracted and driven by domestic considerations.