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Insecurity counsel? I.M. Destler, Saul Stern professor of public policy, University of Maryland

The firing of John Bolton as President Trump’s national security adviser made as much of a splash as his hiring did in April 2018. Seen as the president’s man in the beginning, Bolton left the White House as his strong opponent, leaving many people guessing what the national security process in the Oval Office comes down to these days. To examine this issue, Oksana is joined by I.M. Destler, Saul Stern professor of public policy, University of Maryland.


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