New Foreign Policy

The wait is over — President Clinton has named a new national security team to be led by UN Ambassador Madeleine Albright. So, what's next? With trouble brewing in Bosnia the Middle East, North Korea and central Africa, the new group has some big hurdles ahead. A look at the future of American foreign policy on Talk on the Nation. Guests: President Jimmy Carter President of the United States, 1976-1980 Jeremy Rosner Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for Peace Former Assistant to President Clinton at the National Security Council Peter Rodman Director of National Security Programs, Nixon Center for Peace and Freedom Senior Editor, National Review magazine Listeners call in



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