National Security Strategy NPR's Mike Shuster reports that President Bush has officially laid out a new foreign policy doctrine for his administration that abandons many of the "containment" and "no-first strike" polices of the last half century in favor of a more aggressive foreign policy in defense of the national interest. (4:30)
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National Security Strategy

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NPR's Mike Shuster reports that President Bush has officially laid out a new foreign policy doctrine for his administration that abandons many of the "containment" and "no-first strike" polices of the last half century in favor of a more aggressive foreign policy in defense of the national interest. (4:30)
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