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ON THE LINE The Future of U.S. Foreign Policyi
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June 06, 2014 3:00 AM
After Iraq and Afghanistan, President Obama recently outlined a shift in his handling of International affairs. In a major speech, the President said the United States should consider unilateral military action only when the nation or its allies are directly threatened. Analysts are seeing this as President Obama’s foreign policy priorities shifting from reliance on military action to building a network of partnerships. How will this impact US leadership in the world? Find out next, On The Line.

ON THE LINE The Future of U.S. Foreign Policy

Published June 05, 2014

After Iraq and Afghanistan, President Obama recently outlined a shift in his handling of International affairs. In a major speech, the President said the United States should consider unilateral military action only when the nation or its allies are directly threatened. Analysts are seeing this as President Obama’s foreign policy priorities shifting from reliance on military action to building a network of partnerships. How will this impact US leadership in the world? Find out next, On The Line.

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THE  ASIA  PIVOT
The United States says it wants to "rebalance" foreign relations with Asia, elevating the region's geo-political importance.  The Administration says economics are the key to closer relations, but could military tensions get in the way?  "The Asia Pivot", next ON THE LINE.
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Charles E. Morrison: President, East-West Center, Hawaii
Gregory Poling: Fellow - Southeast Asia Studies, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Ely Ratner: Senior Fellow & Deputy Director - Asia-Pacific Security Program, Center for a New American Security