September 14, 2015

Clinton and Trump on foreign policy

In an ever-changing global political climate, the foreign policy choices made today will decide the world we live in tomorrow. As President Obama, who has become a well-respected and popular American president around the globe, prepares to leave the White House, candidates clash over national security issues and foreign policy.

The Brademas Center of NYU and NYU Washington, DC  welcomed distinguished journalists to discuss the key global issues and the politics that will decide the election in November. Moderated by Washington Bureau Chief of The New York Times, Elisabeth Bumiller, the panel included foreign affairs correspondent for CBS News, Margaret Brennan, senior national security correspondent for The Washington Post, Karen DeYoung, and White House correspondent for The New York Times, Mark Landler.   

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Bumiller

Elisabeth Bumiller

Margaret Brennan

Margaret Brennan

Karen DeYoung

Karen DeYoung

Mark Landler

Mark Landler