U.S. Foreign Policy Multimedia

The Quarterly Report: Is Democracy Worth It?

We explore the latest issue of the Wilson Center’s flagship publication, the Wilson Quarterly with the help of its editor, Steve Lagerfeld and contributors Joshua Kucera and Steve McDonald. Also Robert Litwak discusses nuclear proliferation threats to United States and global security.

Middle East Roundtable: Egypt

We convene our Middle East Roundtable to discuss the latest from Egypt with Haleh Esfandiari, Joshua Stacher, and Marina Ottaway.

The Lessons of Lincoln via Hollywood

Former Congressman Dan Glickman joins us to discuss President Obama’s second term through the lenses of history and Hollywood. Aaron Miller discusses what to expect in the foreign policy arena during a second Obama term.

Little America: The War Within the War for Afghanistan

Rajiv Chandrasekaran, Senior Correspondent and Associate Editor for The Washington Post

America’s War Machine

Molly Sinclair McCartney, Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar and journalist with more than thirty years of experience as a reporter at five different newspapers, including the Washington Post and Miami Herald.

Without Trade, Future Would Look Bleaker

As a world leader, the U.S. should do more to facilitate the opening of world markets. Former Congressman Lee Hamilton discusses the importance of international trade.

Intelligence Challenges Await Obama

The importance of quality and timely intelligence cannot be overstated. Former Congressman Lee Hamilton discusses the task at hand for the intelligence community under a new administration.

So Far, So Good; but There's No Guarantee Against Attack

It is much easier to explain why something happens than to explain why something does not happen. Former Congressman Lee Hamilton discusses the absence of a terrorist attack on the U.S. homeland since 9/11.

Rethinking the Important U.S.-Saudi Equation

While Saudi Arabia will remain an essential partner for the foreseeable future, the fundamentals of the U.S.-Saudia bilateral relationship require re-examination. Former Congressman Lee Hamilton discusses forging a relationship resting on a broader, deeper, and stronger foundation.

After the Games, China Stays on World's Stage

The great questions in foreign affairs for this century will involve China, says former Congressman Lee H. Hamilton. Closer ties between China and the U.S. are crucial on environmental, economic, and foreign policy issues.

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