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Expert: Diplomacy Better Than Force

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Expert: Diplomacy Better Than Force

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Expert: Diplomacy Better Than Force

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More diplomacy and less brute force might help the United States get its way more often. Joseph Nye, professor of International Relations at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government says that the United States should abandon the notion of a "war on terror" as the defining principle.

Nye discusses how the U.S. uses its power abroad with Renee Montagne.