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Then, at the United Nations, Mr. Obama will personally preside over a Security Council session at which he will, evidently, affirm his commitment to a “world without nuclear weapons” — without evident regard for the fact that the only nation he can possibly denuclearize is ours.

Suffice it to say that the exercise will be one big pander to transnationalism and enhancing the pre-eminence of the United Nations, and America’s submission to its superior moral legitimacy and authority.

Finally, the economic version of the Obama doctrine will play out in Pittsburgh at the so-called Group of 20 summit. There, efforts to affirm and consolidate sovereignty-sapping global financial regulatory schemes will be accompanied by attempts to formalize a new “multipolar” world.

Bribes will be offered to emerging powers like China, India and Brazil in the form of promises of development assistance, technology transfers and institutionalized power if only they accede to “climate change” arrangements that will savage U.S. and Western economies.

Saul Alinsky would be proud.

Frank J. Gaffney Jr. is president of the Center for Security Policy, a columnist for The Washington Times and host of the nationally syndicated show “Secure Freedom Radio.”