Each week here at Foreign Policy, we interview one person for an intimate, narrative-driven conversation about something timely and important in the world. Our guests are people who have participated directly in events, either as protagonists or eyewitnesses. We get them to tell a story about their experience, not just offer their analysis. That approach is driven by the feeling here at Foreign Policy that to understand our world—to grasp the complexities and nuances of our time—we need to get as close to the source as possible. Hence the name First Person.
Reporter’s Notebook: Germany’s Family Reunifica...
How Far Will China Go?
The Double Life of Nikki Haley
Is Democracy Dying?
What to Expect From Talks With North Korea
The State Department's #MeToo Moment
The Strange Legal Journey of the Trump Dossier
Bonus Episode: Susan Glasser Joins the E.R. to ...
A Former Peace Negotiator Muses on Trump and th...
The Mysterious Origins of a DHS Report Calling ...
How Far is Too Far for Israel’s Targeted Killings?
The Olympics on The E.R.: Figure Skater and Two...
The Olympics on The E.R.: What Can We Learn Fro...
Meet the Godfather of Modern Counterinsurgency
How would the outcome of the Vietnam War differ if we had listened to Edward Lansdale? The world may never know.
Rational Security on The E.R.: The "Beam Me Up,...
Robert Mueller got hold of emails from the presidential transition and the Pentagon has been researching sightings of UFOs. Yes, seriously.
What Are Billionaires Doing to the Space Industry?
Privately-funded space ventures are altering the industry … and, maybe, the final frontier itself.
Meet the Unsung Codebreakers of the Second Worl...
Liza Mundy discusses how she uncovered the lives of the women codebreakers who helped turn the tide of World War II.
Rational Security: The "When You’re President T...
Mike Flynn is cooperating with Bob Mueller’s Russia investigation, and President Trump raises questions about whether he sought to obstruct justice.
Rational Security on The E.R.: The "Power of De...
Mike Flynn may be cooperating with Mueller’s investigation, but President Trump thinks the investigation may be nearing its end.
What’s Next for the Middle East?
Spies, Lies and the Murder of a President
What do the JFK releases really tell us?
Among the Memes and YouTube Videos, What Do the...
The CIA recently released hundreds of thousands of files seized from Osama bin Laden’s compound. What can we learn from them?
Rational Security on The E.R.: The "DMs on the ...
Does democracy go down in the DMs? The folks at Lawfare discuss.
Trump’s Big Asian Adventure
President Trump is making his way through Asia on the longest trip to the region since the age of ping-pong diplomacy. But how much will he actually accomplish?
The E.R. Presents: Lawfare and FP’s Bar Review ...
Has the role of the White House counsel drastically changed in the time of Trump?
Can Anyone Stop the Tragedy in Myanmar — Before...
The U.S. pulled military assistance to Myanmar in the wake of abuses toward the Rohingya people, but does anyone have enough leverage to end the ethnic cleansing?
Rational Security on The E.R.: The "Million Dol...
Sure, Manafort got indicted. But the real question is how did he spend so much on rugs?
From Moscow to Havana: Secret Weapons and Diplo...
The “sonic attacks” in Cuba aren’t the first suspected instance of invisible attacks on U.S. diplomats.
Can Libya Be Put Back Together?
Six years after the fall of Qaddafi, Libya still teeters on the edge of chaos. Here’s why that matters.
Rational Security on The E.R.: The “How Many El...
Trump’s GOP critics decide: should they stay or should they go?
Tackling the FBI’s ‘Black Identity Extremists’ ...
The government’s designations continue to confound and upset critics.
Rational Security on The E.R.: The “Decertified...
Trump deems Iran in violation of the “worst deal ever.”
So You Want to Be a Leaker?
No method is foolproof, but some are better than others.
Does Kaspersky Have Something to Hide?
Book Talk: Spy Schools
Exploring the dark relationship between intelligence services and academia.
Europe Slams Its Gates (Part Two)
Are the moral consequences of Europe’s increasingly hardline policy on African immigration outweighed by the political imperatives?
Rational Security on The E.R.: The “Moron” Edition
Is Trump’s undermining of Tillerson another step in his “madman” theory of diplomacy?
Europe Slams Its Gates-The Making of FP's Speci...
European aid intended to combat African migration may just be making the problem worse.
Is U.S. Immigration Policy Worse Than It’s Ever...
Suketu Mehta and Becca Heller talk President Trump, the real economy of immigration, and getting trolled by Ann Coulter.
Rational Security on The E.R.: The "Lady, You C...
Saudi women will get the right to drive … in 2018. Maybe.
Who Is the Real Winner in Germany?
Merkel went silent as the AfD went viral.
Staring Down the Barrel of Russia’s Big Guns
The massive Zapad 2017 military exercise proves once again that Putin never does anything small. But what’s he really after here?
Rational Security on The E.R.: The "Age of Flyn...
Do legal defense funds accept rubles?
Trump vs. The World
The president delivers his first U.N. address Tuesday. Which version of Trump will show up—the bully or the dealmaker?
Inside Afghanistan’s Most Dangerous Corner
What reporting from Afghanistan’s unruliest province signals about the future of the country, the influence of Iran and Pakistan, and whether Trump’s mini-surge will make a difference in the longest war.
Rational Security on the E.R.: The “Boris and N...
Was the purchase of targeted social media ads by Russian “troll farms” during the 2016 election a criminal act?
With Allies Like These
Unwavering U.S. support for Saudi Arabia comes at a terrible price for Yemen
Where in the World Is Rex Tillerson?
The Secretary of State fiddles in Texas as the world may, quite literally, burn.
Rational Security on The E.R.: The "Hurricane A...
What did Rod Rosenstein know and when did he know it?
About That Other Nuclear Threat...
Is the Trump administration trying to blow up the Iran deal - or just playing hardball?
Rational Security on The E.R.: The "No Morka" E...
Can you still be fired if you resign?
Where Is The Administration On Africa?
Eight months in, the continent has barely been mentioned.
Rational Security on the E.R.: The "Everything ...
America’s longest war stumbles into its next phase.
The Prince of Darkness Has Left the Building
Steve Bannon is gone from the West Wing. Can Trump’s White House finally get itself in order?
Is There A Way Out Of Afghanistan?
Trump is frustrated with the lack of options.
The Object of McMaster’s Obsession
Mike Cernovich tries to walk the line between journalist and activist. Can he have it both ways?
Are We Going to War with North Korea?
The rhetorical battle of words is at an all-time high. Here’s how the real shooting could break out.
Rational Security on The E.R.: The "Fire and Fu...
Donald Trump didn’t start the battle of words with North Korea, but he’s certainly not helping.
Can Sessions Turn Off the Faucet?
Attorney General tries to prove he’s not “very weak” on leaks.
Can Anyone Save Venezuela?
An economic and humanitarian crisis, precipitated by the Maduro regime, has brought Venezuela to the brink of collapse.
Rational Security on The E.R.: The "Send In the...
The new White House chief of staff tries to make a chain of command out of chaos.
Morale Takes a Nosedive at State Department
And you don’t need an employee-wide survey to understand why.
Rational Security on the E.R.: The "Beleaguered...
The attorney general continues to show up for work as his boss shames him on the record.
Six Months Of Trump Foreign Policy--The Good, T...
The President’s tweets and cringe-inducing rants have antagonized allies and enemies alike. But for all his bluster, it’s not the doomsday many foretold.
Trump’s Bigly Plan to Be Better at ‘the Cyber’
The administration is planning key changes to U.S. cyberintelligence structure, but is it a step backward for U.S. national security?
Rational Security on the E.R.: The "Wray of Sun...
The Senate questions FBI Director nominee Christopher Wray. Democrats file suit against the Trump campaign over leaked emails. And the UAE is reportedly behind a cyber attack that led to upheaval in the Gulf region.
Is Trump Jr.’s Meeting Evidence of a Conspiracy...
A meeting with Donald Trump, Jr. has made a Russian attorney and an Azerbaijani pop star household names.
Is This the End of ISIS?
The Islamic State has lost the battle for Mosul. Raqqa will be next to fall. But is the so-called caliphate dead — and who are the winners?
Rational Security On The E.R.: The "Looks Like ...
President Trump’s eldest son met with a Kremlin-connected lawyer to get Russian government dirt on Hillary Clinton. Iraqi forces liberate the city of Mosul from ISIS.
Trump, Putin, and the G20
President Trump has returned from his first G20 summit and a highly anticipated sit-down with Putin. Did it live up to expectations?
Rational Security On The E.R.: The Smoke and th...
The first signs of potential collusion between the Trump Campaign and Russia emerge
The Russia Investigation Takes Another Twist
New reports appear to show the most concrete ties yet between an associate of the Trump campaign and Russian hackers. But is it collusion?
Book Talk: The Exile: The Stunning Inside Story...
Al Qaeda’s leader was in hiding for over a decade. A new account tell us what he was doing.
The Showdown in the Gulf Gets Nasty
Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies have given Qatar until Monday to comply with a list of demands that are unreasonable at best. So where does it go from here?
Can Trump End the Never-Ending War?
Sixteen years into the war in Afghanistan, the Trump administration is preparing to finally win or go home trying.
Is Trump Preparing For a Conflict With Iran?
Tensions are rising within the Trump administration and on the ground in Syria. This could be the beginning of a very ugly confrontation.
Book Talk: Are the United States and China Dest...
It’s a law of nature: rising states and established powers come to blows. But can the Trump administration avoid a clash of nuclear superpowers?
Is Kim Jong Un Ready to Talk to Donald Trump?
North Korea poses a growing threat to the U.S. and neighboring countries. But there may be room for negotiation.
Comey, Sessions, and the Barrage of the Russia ...
Allegations of the Trump administration’s collusion or cover-up are now daily front-page headlines. Is Trump a sinking ship?
Book Talk Part II: Can the U.S. Government Surv...
In his new book, Raven Rock, Garrett Graff uncovers the secret programs meant to keep America alive.
Book Talk: How the U.S. Government Plans to Sav...
Garrett Graff’s "Raven Rock" and the ugly truth about the continuity of government in the event of nuclear war.
Has the U.S. Lost All Credibility on the Intern...
As Trump pulls out of the Paris Agreement, rails on Iran, and does a 180° on China, America’s allies are reeling and looking elsewhere for leadership.
Was Trump’s Trip to Europe a Total Disaster?
A U.S. president who has repeatedly undermined NATO just met with NATO allies. Yeah, it didn’t go great.
Book Talk, Part II: Churchill & Orwell and the ...
Are we living through the 1930s all over again?
Book Talk: Tom Ricks on Churchill and Orwell in...
Do the legacies of these two figures still resonate in today’s world?
Is There Anything Normal About the Firing of Ja...
The short answer: no.
The European Union Just Squeaked By
Is Western liberalism safe with Macron’s win, or are more and more Europeans really migrating to the right?
Trump Takes the Global Stage
With upcoming trips to Europe and the Middle East, what can we expect from these high-profile and greatly anticipated meetings?
Clean Up on the Foreign-Policy Aisle
Trump’s Cabinet is always at the ready with brooms and mops to clean up the commander-in-chief’s errant outbursts. But does the administration have a real strategy?
Trump’s 100-Day Theater
What has the U.S. president really accomplished so far? Or is everything just for show?
Deciphering the French Election Results and Tru...
What does the latest round in the French elections tell us about U.S. foreign policy and Trump’s first 100 days?
Book Talk: The Great Questions of Tomorrow
The planet is in a deep moment of transformation. What are the fundamental questions we should be asking?
Book Talk: The Retreat of Western Liberalism
Does Donald Trump’s victory cement the idea that democracy is in crisis?
The Power of the Arts
How can culture be used to address some of the greatest challenges of our time?
How Will We Choose to Leave our Earth for Futur...
David Rothkopf sits down and speaks with one of FP’s Global Thinker Lifetime Achievement Award winners Dr. Jane Goodall.
Get Ready for a ‘Very Difficult’ Trump-Xi Summit
Does the administration have a strategy for this vital meeting with the Chinese president or does Trump just want to tweet about it?
Nice Doing Business With You, Moscow
That Trump campaign members may have colluded with Kremlin officials is a huge problem. But that the U.S. president may still have substantial interests in Russia is an even bigger issue.
Has Moscow Already Taken Down the Trump Adminis...
Donald Trump can’t seem to get ahead of the wave of Russia news stories, no matter how hard he tries.
Book Talk, Part II: “Madame President: The Extr...
From inspiring young women leaders to forging relationships with the hardest hitters on the international stage, how will Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s legacy live on?
Book Talk: “Madame President: The Extraordinary...
Can Liberia’s rock-star president lead her country to another leader?
Are We on the Verge of a Full-On Trade War With...
China was once a cheerleader for Trump. But now that the president is singing a different tune, that could quickly change.
‘The President is Aware’
The Pentagon is sending in more troops to Syria and Afghanistan. And, apparently, the president has been made “aware.” Is that it?
Behind the Latest WikiLeaks Dump: New News?
The jury is still out about whether the latest CIA document release will cause harm. But what they could potentially be holding back may be more alarming.
The Middle East Welcomes Trump, Warily
With a new Trump administration changing policy from Israel to Yemen, the volatile region could be in for a wild ride.
Is Russia Running Circles Around the United Sta...
America may have the best intelligence, military, and diplomacy programs, but it’s getting played bigly by the Kremlin.
And the Oscar Goes To…
Sunday’s Oscar snafu was the perfect summary of the world we live in today. Is this the new norm in Trump’s America?
Has America Become a Reality Show?
Donald Trump seems to be more concerned with his “ratings” than U.S. foreign policy and managing the government. Welcome to the new America.
Trump vs. The Bureaucracy
With a president trying to challenge and discredit Washington’s establishment, how is our government supposed to accomplish anything?
How Long Until Trump’s First War?
The Trump administration’s unpredictable foreign policy could force the United States into an unintended conflict.
Trump and the ‘War on Truth’
In an age of alternative facts, it’s up to leaks and public outcry to hold the executive branch accountable.
What You’ve Been Missing Following Trump’s Ever...
In this relentless, breathless news cycle, critical issues are getting lost in the chatter.
But Mattis, but the World, but the Law, but Bur...
Can we hold on to these little bits of optimism as the Trump administration takes us into a turbulent, unprecedented future?
A Tale of a Very Messy Trump Transition
With just a week gone by, how much damage can the new Trump administration do?
Welcome to President Trump’s (Un)Ethical World
The 45th president of the United States has just been sworn in. Can the mountain of potential ethical violations that he is under investigation for bring him down?
Life in the Post-Truth World
A damning but unverified report on Trump and Russia has recently surfaced. But do the American people even care?
It’s the End of the World as We Know It
Richard Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses the fragility of international order and his latest book, “A World in Disarray.”
Why We Should Remain Optimistic in 2017
New York Times’ columnist Thomas Friedman argues that despite all the disruptions in today’s world, we should instead look to opportunity and growth, and stay positive.
The Best Things of 2016
Leonardo DiCaprio finally won an Oscar. Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ was released. But what else happened this past year that calls for celebrating?
The Worst Things of 2016
Donald Trump became president, Russia hacked the U.S. elections, and Europe may have unraveled. But what else awful happened in 2016?
Trump’s Four-Star Friends
The incoming Trump administration keeps nominating former top military brass. Is that such a bad thing?
On Digital Diplomacy, Empowering Citizens Globa...
Executive chairman for Alphabet Inc., Eric Schmidt, on the future of technology, harnessing information, and what’s next for Google.
Entering into the Era of the Unknown
What we know: Trump loves Putin, China is moving to take advantage of America’s non-strategy in Asia, and the rest? We’re still not sure.
Hitting the Reset Button on International Order
From a realignment with Russia to the revocation of global trade deals, is the Trump administration relapsing to an era we once thought confined to the dustbin of history?
Is Donald Trump’s Cabinet a Cause for Concern?
President-elect Trump’s national security apparatus is beginning to take shape. Here’s who and what to look out for.
After One Week with President-elect Donald Trum...
Even as the incoming Trump administration fills its top cabinet and advisory roles, Trump’s foreign policy plans are still a mystery.
Can President Trump Undo Obama’s Legacy?
A stunning upset that sent shockwaves around the world is sinking in. Is the world order forever changed?
How To Survive a Trump Hangover
The United States has endured what is arguably one of the most polarizing elections in recent history. How will America recover once it’s over?
The News We’re Missing Because of the U.S. Pres...
Campaign news might be dominating headlines, but it’s the stack of international problems awaiting the next president that really deserves our attention.
Battlegrounds: The Fight for Mosul and Election...
What will come next in the offensive against the Islamic State in Iraq? And should U.S. voters be wary of a cyber attack on November 8?
Could America Get Even Uglier?
Racism, nativism, and anti-Semitism are disturbingly apparent in this year’s presidential race. But what comes after November 8 could disrupt American democracy itself.
How Much Did the Second Debate Change the Race ...
The hot mic tape, dissention in the G.O.P, and another defense of an aggressive Russia has put Donald Trump on the ropes. But whether Hillary Clinton landed her political punches, remains to be seen.
How Much Can Russia Mess With the U.S. Elections?
If Vladimir Putin really is behind the hacks of the DNC and Clinton campaign, it could mark the frightening beginning of a new cyber-era of election tampering.
Obama, Syria, and the Missed Opportunities of U...
World leaders gathered in New York City to give speeches and discuss the world’s most pressing foreign-policy issues, but they neglected two of its biggest problems.
Syria Is Now Everyone’s War
With more than a million refugees in Europe, the spread of conflict throughout the region, and Russia’s involvement — why what’s happening in Syria matters everywhere.
Back to Escuela with Trump and Obama
As Trump talks softly in Mexico, and Obama gets pranked in Asia, a quick run through the big international stories driving late-summer headlines
What Is ‘War’ Anymore?
The lines between violence, conflict, and war are being increasingly blurred -- with dangerous consequences.
Is It Too Early to Call the Election for Hillar...
While we’re at it, let’s just pick her foreign policy team of advisers…
How Chekhov Explains the Republican Revolt Agai...
And who's on tap for the top national security jobs in the Trump administration?
What Does Expanding the Definition of War Mean ...
Increasingly, America’s armed forces are tasked with protecting new battlefronts around the world — from cyberwarfare to post-conflict peacekeeping. And that could be very bad for the United States.
Is Trump Putin’s ‘Guy’?
From the DNC email hack to his comments on NATO and Crimea, why Trump might be the Russian president’s secret weapon.
What Will It Take to Keep China From Behaving B...
Beijing was denied its maritime claims to the contested waters, but will The Hague’s ruling really make a difference?
Do Trump, Turkey, and Brexit Signal a Shift Tow...
It feels like the world is in a state of constant upheaval, and maybe it’s time to start connecting the global dots.
The World After the Iran Deal: Better or Worse?
One year later, it appears the historic nuclear agreement is a success. But that doesn’t mean the world is a safer place.
Is Globalization to Blame for Brexit?
Britain shocked the world by voting to leave the European Union, but what comes next could be even more dangerous.
The End of Eras: Donald Trump and the TPP
What do the success of the controversial presidential candidate and the free trade deal have in common?
What Policies Should Decide the Presidential El...
A campaign-platform wish list for the next U.S. president
The Future History of Obama’s Foreign Policy
In the coming decades, will the outgoing president’s foreign policy ultimately be remembered as a success or will it be overshadowed by what some would call his inability to act?
The Collapse of the Political Middle
Does the rise of Donald Trump and right-wing groups across the West mean the world is experiencing a democracy crisis?
The United States of Politically Crazy
Who’s the Worst Presidential Candidate in U.S. History?
The Case for Electing a President Who Knows How...
Does Hillary Clinton’s experience making — and surmounting — mistakes strengthen her POTUS potential?
The Washington Insider Who Believes He’s an Out...
What Ben Rhodes tells us about ego and politics inside the Obama administration.
For this week’s discussion on Syria and Iraq, The E.R. team asks "Is the worst yet to come"?
Should Britain Stay, or Should It Go?
With the U.K. on the verge of saying “piss off” to Brussels, the great European democratic project hangs in the balance.
Is Brazil the Chicago of Latin America?
We shouldn’t be surprised that Brazil — and other countries in the BRICS — is dealing with the stumbles and falls of an emerging economy. Meaningful progress takes decades.
Defending Donald Trump … Again?
Why playing devil’s advocate with the Republican front-runner’s rhetoric eventually leads back to the source of the problem — Washington.
Not to Defend Donald Trump, but…
Why the contentious presidential candidate may not be wrong about how to negotiate on foreign policy. Maybe.
Is Obama Too Thoughtful for His Own Good?
In today’s complex, tumultuous world of global affairs, perhaps nuance and patience aren’t assets for an American president.
Who Would Bibi Vote for?
AIPAC, the Iran deal, Israel’s recent outreach to Russia — which of the presidential candidates is going to corner the vote on Middle East policy and tackle the legacy of the current administration?
Is Cuba Really a Triumph for Obama?
As his last year in office winds down, the president looks to cement his legacy by forging a new path in Latin America.
Let the Judging of the Obama Administration Begin
From the Islamic State to Libya, from China to Putin, can the sitting U.S. president offer real perspective while he’s still inside the White House?
Bernie Sanders’s Campaign Is Not a Real Revolution
The United States isn’t going to see the kind of change brought by the Arab Spring and Euromaidan—no matter how many millennials rock the vote.
The Future of Putin’s Russia and the Syria Dilemma
What will the next president choose: war, diplomacy, or inaction?
Saving Syria at the 11th Hour
In lieu of a clear commitment to stopping the violence, the Obama administration has settled for limited intervention without a clear strategy. Can the United States still make a difference?
The Tension Between Political Will and Politica...
From Syria to Germany, from the U.S. election to the plot line of Homeland, this week’s panel debates whether even the best political intentions can produce real change.
Why Is the United States More Afraid of the Isl...
It’s actually Putin and a rising Russia that pose the greater threat to world order. And that's something we need to acknowledge, for ourselves and our allies.
Newscast: What Looms on the 2016 Horizon
From China’s economic downturn to the lifting of sanctions on Iran, this week’s panel reviews the scariest, biggest, and most important stories in the year ahead.
The Truth About Davos
Why it was another disappointing year for the World Economic Forum's big meeting.
2015, in Hindsight
The great migrant crisis, the Latin American Left, and Putin’s power plays: What else will the world remember about last year?
Here’s Looking at You, 2016
From Syria to the Islamic State to electing the next U.S. president to Adele’s pop music domination, naming the biggest global story of the coming year.
On Trump, the GOP, and Muslim Refugees
The pursuit of life, liberty, and a culture of religious intolerance.
The Power of Love, Etc.
From Canada’s open immigration policies to FP’s inspiring Global Thinkers, can outsiders change America’s political culture?
Does the United States Have a Gun Problem or a ...
Why Americans are getting stuck in the rhetorical mud about true threats to national security.
Rating the U.S. Reaction to Terrorist Attacks
Looking at the world’s response to recent terrorist attacks — from policy shifts to political stumping to emotional outpourings and shows of solidarity — how does America measure up?
How Is the War on Terror Like the War on Drugs?
The U.S. fight against global terrorism is costly, distracting, self-perpetuating, unceasing, and unresolvable. Is there any way to fix it?
How to Reboot America’s Global Influence
A foreign-policy to-do list for the next administration.
Which International Architecture Rules the World?
Between the Atlantic and the Pacific, recent developments and displays of power could be changing the way the world works in a fundamental way.
Do Your Generals Speak Economics?
Why the military can't fix a broken foreign economy — and possibly shouldn't be asked to.
It’s Time the U.S. Military Reinvented Itself t...
Is the U.S. military still too much of an industrial-era relic to meet the challenges of the moment and adapt to a new world order?
‘We Fail Better’ Should Not Be the Motto of the...
David Rothkopf, Rosa Brooks, Kori Schake, and Tom Ricks wrestle with America's recent legacy in the Middle East and what's broken with the last superpower's armed forces.
Cyberoffense, Deterrence, and the Dawn of a New...
Do our leaders know enough about code and IT to develop sufficient cyberpolicy? Listen to David Rothkopf, Rosa Brooks, Kori Schake, and David Sanger explore the modern challenges facing cybersecurity.
Living in the Aftermath of the Iran Deal
How does the "new" Middle East look now that the Iran deal is done? David Rothkopf, Rosa Brooks, Kori Schake, and David Sanger debate.
Who’s the Most Successful One of All? Rating th...
David Rothkopf, Rosa Brooks, Bob Kagan, and Kori Schake debate who's been the world's most effective head of state since Barack Obama took office. Spoiler alert: It doesn't help to be a good guy.
If the World Is So Dangerous, How Come So Few o...
CEO and editor David Rothkopf sizes up the 2016 contenders on foreign policy with Rosa Brooks, Robert Kagan, and Kori Schake.
American Power at a Crossroads
Is it even possible to "Make America Great Again"? David Rothkopf takes on American exceptionalism with Rosa Brooks, Kori Schake, and Robert Kagan.
Decoding the Iran Deal
FP Group CEO and editor David Rothkopf discusses the implications of the Iran deal with Rosa Brooks, Kori Schake, and Robert Kagan.