Guest Host: Susan Page

A new page unfolds in transatlantic relations as President Obama’s makes his first overseas trip to the G-20 meeting, the NATO summit, a U.S.-E.U. meeting and a state visit to Turkey. A look at divisions he faces with allies, and the appetite for international cooperation on the global economic crisis, Afghanistan, and other security issues.


  • Stephan Bachenheimer Correspondent, Deutsche Welle
  • Steven Clemons Senior fellow and director of the American Strategy Program at the New America Foundation and publisher of the political blog, The Washington Note.
  • Andrei Sitov Washington bureau chief for Itar-Tass.
  • Adrian Wooldridge Washington bureau chief, "The Economist"

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