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Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

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The week has not been a good one for U.S. foreign policy. Robert Siegel discusses the events with E.J. Dionne, columnist for The Washington Post and Tony Blankley, editor of the editorial page at The Washington Times.

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