Foreign Affairs in a Second Bush Term

What are the key international issues confronting President Bush in his second term? Can he make good on his pledge to strengthen strained ties with U.S. allies? Hear NPR's Liane Hansen, Robert Gallucci, dean of the Edward A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown, and Walter Russell Meade, a senior fellow at the Council of Foreign Relations.

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