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About This Event
The United States must rethink its foreign policy in the face of today’s global challenges, argues Andrew Bacevich. An era defined by geopolitical instability, pandemics, inequality, and far-reaching technological advances, has exposed the limits of America’s power and demands a redefinition of national security, the New York Times bestselling author argues. Bacevich joins the Council's Elizabeth Shackelford to discuss a new approach to foreign policy based on moral pragmatism, mutual coexistence, and restraint.
Copies of Andrew Bacevich’s new book, After the Apocalypse: America’s Role in a World Transformed, are available for sale from the Book Cellar.