Bolivia, Ecuador, and Venezuela push back on US operations.
The goal is continuity in international relationships with a clear break from Bush’s approach.
He’s moving fast to build his governing team, but wants to avoid endorsing the policies of President Bush, whom he visits Monday.
The history of Goldman Sachs and its rise from Manhattan basement to ‘global juggernaut.’
Some Arabs see him as more of an 'honest broker' in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. But that conflict may not be a priority.
His top priorities are stimulus proposals, the 'G-20' summit, and picking a Treasury chief.