U.S. Foreign Policy Goals
“Obama Foreign Policy Goals: Priorities for 2015” was an event at the Aspen Institute. At the beginning of the program there was a brief interchange with Colin Powell, who was on a previous panel.
Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken talked about the Obama administration’s foreign policy priorities for 2015 and U.S. leadership in the world, saying that the administration was not retreating in its efforts and was more engaged than ever before. Topics included Iran’s nuclear program, relations with China and Russia, and the failed ceasefire agreement between Ukraine and Russia.
“Obama Foreign Policy Goals: Priorities for 2015” was an event at the Aspen Institute. At the beginning of the program there was a brief interchange with Colin Powell, who was on a previous panel. close
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Antony "Tony" J. Blinken Deputy National Security Adviser White House
Walter Isaacson President and CEO Aspen Institute
Colin L. Powell Secretary (Former) Department of State
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