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Dumbed down

It is a truism that American voters are far more interested in domestic issues during a presidential election. And this suits the foreign policy establishment just fine. Since the Cold War, there has been a narrowing of foreign policy debate. Does this explain why Washington blunders from one fiasco to another?

CrossTalking with Patrick Henningsen, Stephen Zunes and Daniel Faraci.

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