Episode: If the World Is So Dangerous, How Come So Few of the 2016 Candidates Really Know Anything About It?


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If the World Is So Dangerous, How Come So Few of the 2016 Candidates Really Know Anything About It?

CEO and editor David Rothkopf sizes up the 2016 contenders on foreign policy with Rosa Brooks, Robert Kagan, and Kori Schake.

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