"It opens a door to banana republic status, a door nobody may walk through at the moment, but an open door nonetheless," said American University's Mr. Adams. "Only the American people can close that door, through elected civilian officials in the Congress who speak out."
"Obama is not master of his fate on the future of the Bergdahl issue," said Gordon Adams, a professor of U.S. foreign policy at American University who oversaw foreign affairs and national security budgets at the Office of Management and Budget in the Clinton White House.
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