By Patrick Appel
James Joyner expands on Josef Joffe's article about Europeans and Obama:

A President Obama would almost surely remain more popular in Europe than President Bush. Then again, that’s a low bar.  Given the degree over overseas action the next American president will doubtless be involved with and the tension this will likely engender it’s unlikely, though, that he’d be as popular there as Bill Clinton.

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