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As the United States embraces a new year and a new president (and his Obama era dream team), we felt inclined to discuss our predictions for American foreign policy for 2021, including Africa, the Greater Middle East to include Iraq, Afghanistan, and Yemen, and the shift to great power competition including Russia and China.
This episode references a brand new article out today from Danny at TomDispatch, which covers much of the topics in this episode and a few we didn’t cover. Please read and share!!
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