Joseph Nye on what the next president’s foreign policy plate will have on it. Shauna Shames finds that the ruling class doesn’t want to rule. And Graham Vyse speculates about Bernie Sanders.
What foreign policy issues will the next president face? Harvard Professor Joseph Nye says it could be danger from Russia, because the Putin regime is actually so weak, and therefore dangerous. Rutgers professor Shauna Shames has studied the elite graduate schools in Boston that historically provide the nation’s political leadership and she finds that the ruling class no longer wants to rule! And Bill Press interviews the New Republic’s Graham Vyse about how Bernie Sanders would deal with a President Hillary Clinton.
Harvard political scientist Joseph Nye takes a look at the foreign policy issues facing the next president and says Russia could be dangerous because it is so weak and that ISIS is defeated but won’t disappear immediately.
She calls it a disaster for democracy, and what Rutgers political scientist Shauna Shames is talking about is the fact that the nation’s most elite Millennials have no interest in running for office.
Out of the Running: Why Millennials Reject Political Careers and Why It Matters
Coming up, the New Republic’s Graham Vyse speculates with Bill Press about how Bernie Sanders will, or won’t, work with a President Hillary Clinton
Why Big Money is winning the national election. Again.
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