Analysis: Bush Foreign Policy in 2005

President Bush's foreign policy is often noted for the use of pre-emption. NPR's Tom Gjelten talks about President Bush's approach to foreign policy: which ideas and practices from 2004 may carry over to 2005 — and which may be changing. Hear Gjelten and NPR's Renee Montagne.

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