Madhvi Ramani

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John F. Kennedy at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, in 1963. Will McBride-Camera Work/The Kennedy Museum, via Associated Press

When Barack Obama visited here as a senator in 2008, he was greeted by a crowd of 200,000 as a man in the image of John F. Kennedy, who in 1963 assured Berliners that he was one of them. After eight years of George W. Bush, Mr. Obama seemed to promise not just a course correction, but a new enlightened era in American global leadership. The decision to award him the Nobel Peace Prize at the start of his presidency reflects the Continent’s initial high hopes that he would prove a more “European” president.

His farewell visit to the city on Wednesday, however, will be a more somber event, and not only because of what will follow his two terms.…  Seguir leyendo »