Foreign Policy Priorities for the Next Administration
“Foreign Policy Priorities for the Next Administration” was part of a series jointly sponsored by the Schieffer School as “Dialogues in Public Policy and the Media” and CSIS as “The CSIS-Schieffer School Dialogues.”
Bob Schieffer moderated a panel discussion with William Kristol, Clarence Page, Ed Henry, Susan Page, and Arnaud De Borchgrave on foreign policy priorities for the Obama administration. Topics included Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, and cabinet appointments thus far. Panel members responded to questions from the audience following their discussion.
“Foreign Policy Priorities for the Next Administration” was part of a series jointly sponsored by the Schieffer School as “Dialogues in Public Policy and the Media” and CSIS as “The CSIS-Schieffer School Dialogues.” close
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Arnaud De Borchgrave Director Center for Strategic and International Studies->Transnational Threats Project
Ed Henry Senior Correspondent CNN->White House
William "Bill" Kristol Founder and Editor Weekly Standard, The
Clarence Page Member Chicago Tribune->Editorial Board
Susan Page Bureau Chief USA Today->Washington, D.C.
Bob Schieffer Host CBS->"Face the Nation"
- Texas Christian University | Schieffer School of Journalism and Strategic CommunicationTexas Christian University | Schieffer School of Journalism and Strategic Communication
- Center for Strategic and International StudiesCenter for Strategic and International Studies
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