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The Bush administration's shift toward a more unilateralist approach to foreign affairs has resulted in strained relations with allies and increased isolation of adversaries, according to Clyde Prestowitz, a trade negotiator in Ronald Reagan's administration. Guest host John Ydstie speaks with Prestowitz about his new book Rogue Nation: American Unilateralism and the Failure of Good Intentions (Basic Books; ISBN: 0465062792).

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