Host: Hudson Institute. Join Timothy Lynch and Robert Singh, authors of the compelling new book, After Bush: The Case for Continuity in Foreign Policy, to discuss their latest work. They make the argument that, rather than repudiate the actions of the past eight years, the next President should continue current foreign policies. Lynch and Singh also offer a positive audit of the war on terror, contending that it is properly understood as a second Cold War and that its central tenets are consistent with policies shaped by former administrations, both Republican and Democratic. Perhaps most controversial, the authors predict that, despite current attitudes, Bush’s successors will take on the war against radical Islamist terror with similar moxie.
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Added by insideronline on June 26, 2008