Updating America's Foreign Policy


Guests:

Dan Goure
* Defense Analyst, Lexington Institute, Arlington, Virginia (a public-policy organization)

Robert Hunter
* Senior Advisor on Foreign Policy, Rand Corporation
* Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO (1993-1998) during the Clinton Administration

Robert Turner
* Co-Founder and Associate Director, The Center for National Security Law at the University of Virginia
* Co-editor, National Security Law (Carolina Academic Press)

Walter Russell Meade
* Senior Fellow of Foreign Policy, Council on Foreign Relations
* Author, Special Providence: American Foreign Policy and How it Changed the World (Knopf, 2001)

Strike first. President Bush articulated a muscular foreign policy to the newest class of West Point graduates. How much of a shift is this? What are the costs ... the risks and the benefits?

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