'Unipolarism' Revisited NPR's Robert Siegel talks with syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer about a term he coined called "unipolarism." He says the United States is at a unipolar moment in it's history, and the threat of terrorism could bring it to an end.
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'Unipolarism' Revisited

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'Unipolarism' Revisited

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks with syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer about a term he coined called "unipolarism." He says the United States is at a unipolar moment in it's history, and the threat of terrorism could bring it to an end.