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Council on Foreign Relations' Richard Haass on Maintaining Stability in a Fragile World

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Richard Haass's recent Project Syndicate article is titled "The Post-American Middle East." (Council on Foreign Relations)

In “A World in Disarray,” Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass offers a warning: in this age of climate change, global terrorism and nuclear proliferation, nations must adopt a new mantle of international responsibility and obligation. As President Trump enters his second week in the oval office, Haass joins us to discuss the Middle East, Russia, China, North Korea and the role of the United States in maintaining global stability. We’ll also get his thoughts on the foreign policy implications of Trump’s executive order on immigrants and refugees.


Richard Haass, president, Council on Foreign Relations; author, "A World In Disarray: American Foreign Policy and the Crisis of the Old Order"


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