Top of the Hour: The US's Superpower Identity, Morning Headlines

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Should the United States cede its role as the world's only superpower? Later today, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will deliver a speech before the Council on Foreign Relations, and there are serious questions about whether the United States should or could continue to be the driving force behind the world's foreign policy debates. Andrew Bacevich, professor of history and international relations at Boston University and author of "Washington Rules: America's Path to Permanent War" joins us for a discussion.


Andrew Bacevich

Comments [1]

Gabeng from FL.

Guided by Dwight Eisenhower's 1961 concerning the Military Industrial complex. Back off US, if need be she can ally with other democracies around the world to ensure justice and equality. However, America needs to address her own atrocities that threaten to undermine her own fragile democracy.

Sep. 08 2010 09:27 AM

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