Reaction to this week's political shocks, why many conservatives are choosing to double down on Trump critics, and then, a conversation on the growing dis-union in America.
Guest Host: Frank Sesno
The next president faces a number of problems on the international stage, including North Korea, Iran, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and instability in Pakistan and the Middle East. Our guests will discuss how to respond to these challenges and what the level of U.S. engagement with our adversaries should be.
- David Ignatius Columnist, "The Washington Post;" co-moderator of "PostGlobal" on washingtonpost.com.
- Peter Brookes Senior fellow for national security affairs at the Heritage Foundation; former deputy assistant secretary of defense for Asian and Pacific affairs in the second Bush administration; author, "A Devil's Triangle: Terrorism, WMD and Rogue States."
- Jon Wolfsthal Senior fellow, International Security Program, Center for Strategic & International Studies
- Adm. Leighton Smith (Ret.) Co-Chair of the Center For US Global Engagement National Security Advisory Council
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