Beyond the Headlines

Re-Engagement Amidst Global Crises

WFPG hosted Washington Post Correspondent Karen DeYoung, PBS NewsHour Correspondent Jane Ferguson, New York Times Correspondent David Sanger, and New York Times Washington Bureau Chief Elisabeth Bumiller to discuss the most pressing foreign policy and national security issues facing President Biden and his administration. During the conversation the speakers covered the potential for renewed US-Iran nuclear negotiations, the future of American military presence in Afghanistan, the civil war in Yemen, US relations with China and Russia, and the trust deficit that the US faces as it struggles to repair its reputation and relations with its partners. Watch Video | Beyond the Headlines Events

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