By Stan Crock
GLOBAL CALCULATION. What's more, Kerry is more hawkish than many Democrats and won't rule out a Bush-style preemptive strike or unilateral military action if allies balk at joining a coalition. Europeans "are in for a disappointment," says Ezra Suleiman, director of European studies at Princeton University. "They think there will be a quick turnaround on policy, and there won't." Adds Kerry adviser James P. Rubin: "The goals of foreign policy don't change that much from Administration to Administration. The difference -- and it's a big difference -- is how you go about achieving those goals."