From the start of his second term, the president has endured a cascade of foreign policy crises that often left him looking reactive and uncertain.
But is he right about that?
While the Obama administration was fighting ISIL, Al Qaeda was regrouping in Yemen.
Has Obama’s CIA director gone native?
The critique of a micromanaging White House national security team is gaining currency.
The secretary is coming under increasing pressure to deliver an agreement or give up.
Their comments echo suggestions by administration officials.
The overwhelming consensus among roughly a dozen sources is that the nuclear talks will be extended next week into early 2015.
The key question: Who’s in charge?