Obama or Romney?

For central and eastern Europe, the current president would be better.

After four years of drift and betrayal, surely the United States’s most loyal European allies are yearning for strong words and firm actions in the White House? Many Republicans think so. But they are wrong. For those in the ex-communist world who worry about the US’s increasingly attenuated relationship with Europe, it is a second term for Barack Obama that looks, narrowly, the better bet.

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