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Many bemoan the dominance of the United States in world affairs. Foreign policy expert Michael Mandelbaum explains how the U.S. acts as the world’s government, and why, if America gave up this role, the world would be a worse place.
- Michael Mandelbaum Professor of American Foreign Policy at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and author of ten previous books, including "The Ideas that Conquered the World" and "The Case For Goliath."
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