U.S. Foreign Policy The Bush administration has become increasingly more decisive in its foreign policy objectives since Sept. 11, with calls for an end to global terrorism and the rejection of Yasser Arafat by the Palestinian voters. Guest host Brian Naylor speaks with Walter Russell Mead, Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, about the evolving strategies coming out of the White House.
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U.S. Foreign Policy

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U.S. Foreign Policy

U.S. Foreign Policy

U.S. Foreign Policy

Only Available in Archive Formats.

The Bush administration has become increasingly more decisive in its foreign policy objectives since Sept. 11, with calls for an end to global terrorism and the rejection of Yasser Arafat by the Palestinian voters. Guest host Brian Naylor speaks with Walter Russell Mead, Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, about the evolving strategies coming out of the White House.