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Primary 2016: Foreign Policy on the Campaign Trail

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Allegra Boverman
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NHPR

We're looking at what the candidates are saying about America’s role in the world: how to deal with terrorism and handle the numerous conflicts in the Middle East, what to do about fraught relations with Russia, China and North Korea, and how best to respond to the refugee crisis in Europe and conduct trade in the global area.

GUESTS:

  • Kurk Dorsey – history professor and History Graduate Program Director at the University of New Hampshire
  • Wayne Lesperance – professor of political science at New England College and contributor to the forthcoming book, “The New Islamic State”
  • Willis Sparks – expert on geopolitical risk and U.S. politics and elections for the Eurasia Group, a political risk consultancy

ALSO JOINING US:

  • Jason Moon – NHPR reporter

Explore NHPR's interactive presentation on Where They Stand: On Foreign Policy

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