President Obama addresses a meeting
in Turkey. Pete Souza/White House Photo
By Christi Parsons
Tribune Washington Bureau (MCT)
STRASBOURG, France — In a variation on his message to Europe, President Barack Obama on Friday described an America that needs to change as he arrived for the NATO summit but appealed to Europeans to set aside their own "insidious" anti-U.S. bias in return.
It was a twist on the conciliatory approach Obama has relied on over the past four days as he travels through Europe, spelling out a new American foreign policy and attitude that differs sharply from his that of his predecessor.