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Roundtable: Obama's New Foreign Policy Direction

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Roundtable: Obama's New Foreign Policy Direction

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Roundtable: Obama's New Foreign Policy Direction

Roundtable: Obama's New Foreign Policy Direction

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He's been in the White House just a few days, but President Barack Obama is already reversing some of his predecessor's executive orders.

Plus, New York Governor David Paterson picks Kirsten Gillibrand, a congresswoman from upstate New York, to fill Hillary Clinton's senate seat.

For more, Tony Cox speaks with Clarence Page — a columnist for the Chicago Tribune — and Charisse Jones, a national correspondent for USA Today.