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Time for Obama to move agenda forward

And so Barack Obama gets down to business. There can be no doubt that the 44th US president has hit the ground running, announcing a range of domestic and foreign initiatives in his first few days in power, notably the plan to close Guantanamo Bay an

24th January, 2009

And so Barack Obama gets down to business. There can be no doubt that the 44th US president has hit the ground running, announcing a range of domestic and foreign initiatives in his first few days in power, notably the plan to close Guantanamo Bay and moves to finalise a massive stimulus package for the US economy.

There is damage to be undone from the Bush presidency in US relations with the rest of world,...

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