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What you won’t hear at tonight’s foreign policy debate and why you won’t hear it, the American public’s surprising opinions on foreign policy, and traditional African life on camera
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What you won’t hear at tonight’s foreign policy debate and why you won’t hear it
Moderator BobSchieffer has already released the topics for tonight’s debate.
Foreign policy debate topicsPOLITICO's Mike Allen forwards the topics for the third and final presidential debate on Oct. 22, focusing exclusively on foreign pol…
2 Minutes with David Corn: The Foreign Policy Debatemotherjonesvideo
So we already knowwhat won’t be covered. In a recent article for the Huffington Post,Michael Brenner, senior fellow at the Center for Translatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University, wrote about what he thought a “real” foreignpolicy debate would look like.
Picturing a Real Foreign Policy DebatePresidential election debates rarely clarify substantive policy differences between the candidates. On those occasions when that does hap…
We’lltalk to him about what he thinks are the biggest issues missing from tonight’sdiscussion and we’ll take questions and comments from listeners. Call usat 312-923-9239 or send us a tweet @WBEZWorldview.
The American public’s surprising opinions on foreign policy
The U.S. presidential candidates have spent much ofthe campaign focused on Benghazi, Afghanistan and Iran when discussing U.S.foreign policy.
Worldview delves into the Chicago Council on GlobalAffairs’ report Foreign Policy in the New Millennium. The report surveysAmerican public opinion on U.S. Foreign Policy. The results may surprise you.
Foreign Policy in the New MillenniumChicago Council Survey
Traditional African life on camera
Photographers and filmmakers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher havedevoted their entire careers to documenting traditional African societies. Wetalk with them about the 25 years they’ve spent showing the world life inAfrica.
Interview: Carol Beckwith & Angela Fishernationalgeographic