President Obama's Foreign Policy Legacy
Derek Chollet talked about his book, The Long Game: How Obama Defied Washington and Redefined America’s Role in the World. He focused on his history and analysis of President Obama’s foreign policy during his two terms in office, and argued that the president would be remembered as one of the most deft on foreign policy. After the interview, Mr. Chollet answered questions from the audience. This was part of the Dean’s Discussion Series. close
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Derek Chollet Senior Adviser German Marshall Fund of the United States->Security and Defense Policy
James M. Goldgeier Dean American University->School of International Service
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