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Is the best foreign policy for America today a strong domestic agenda?

"Foreign Policy Begins At Home," by Richard Haass.
"Foreign Policy Begins At Home," by Richard Haass.

Richard Haass, head of the influential Council on Foreign Relations, has written a new book arguing that, for now, "Foreign Policy Begins at Home."

At a time when world crises have been dominating the agenda -- Syria's civil war, North Korea's nuclear threats, turbulence after the so-called Arab Spring --, a top foreign policy thinker is calling on Americans to focus on our domestic agenda. Richard Haass, head of the influential Council on Foreign Relations, has written a new book arguing that, for now, "Foreign Policy Begins at Home."

Guest:

Richard Haass, Author, “Foreign Policy Begins at Home;” President, Council on Foreign Relations; From January 2001 to June 2003, Haass was director of policy planning for the Department of State, where he was a principal adviser to Secretary of State Colin Powell.

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