How Bush Can Ease Foreign Policy Transition The Bush administration is reviving relations with Russia and Iran, among others — in attempts to pave the way for a smooth transition in January. Slate.com's Fred Kaplan discusses the foreign policy silver linings for Sen. Obama.
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How Bush Can Ease Foreign Policy Transition

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How Bush Can Ease Foreign Policy Transition

How Bush Can Ease Foreign Policy Transition

How Bush Can Ease Foreign Policy Transition

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The Bush administration is paving the way for a smooth transition of power in January. President George W. Bush is reviving relations with Russia and Iran, among others. Madeleine Brand talks with Slate.com's Fred Kaplan about the foreign policy silver linings for Sen. Obama.