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Analysis: Kerry on Security
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Analysis: Kerry on Security

Analysis: Kerry on Security

Analysis: Kerry on Security
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NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Richard Wolffe of Newsweek about Sen. John Kerry's speech on securing the United States. Kerry proposed four new "imperatives" to change U.S. foreign policy and fight terrorism, including reducing dependence on foreign oil and improving the relationships between the United States and other countries.

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