June 5, 2016

Foreign policy on this week’s menu. Joseph Nye says the Middle East and China are the big issues for the next president. Jonathan Allen says Trump’s isolationism is not a sustainable position. And Bill Press talks with The Atlantic’s Vann Newkirk II.

Harvard’s top foreign policy expert, Joseph Nye, looks at the global challenges facing the next president. Hillary Clinton biographer Jonathan Allen says her experience may be a vulnerability, but also means she has an understanding of how to achieve consensus and make government work. And Bill Press interviews The Atlantic’s Vann Newkirk II about Obamacare and voting rights for ex-felons.

Joseph Nye

Joseph Nye, a Harvard professor and one of the country’s most prominent foreign policy analysts, says the Middle East and China are the biggest issues facing the next president.
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Jonathan Allen

Jonathan Allen, who is working on a second book about Hillary Clinton, says she might be seen in the presidential campaign as the hawk and Donald Trump as the dove. Her strength, though, may be simply that she knows how to work the levers of power at home and abroad.
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Vann Newkirk II

Bill Press interview The Atlantic’s Vann Newkirk about Obamacare and voting rights for ex-felons.

Jim Hightower

How Hillary has sent chills down my spine.

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