The mood in Obama's foreign policy team is tense following an extended Asia trip that produced no palpable results. The "first Pacific president," as Obama called himself, came as a friend and returned as a stranger. The Asians smiled but made no concessions.There were no concessions on greenhouse gas emissions. Nothing on the intentionally weak Chinese currency. Not even a thing on human rights. Obama's handlers defended him, saying expectations were too high. But is one millimeter above "nothing" too much to expect?