See Tom Donilon discuss the toughest challenges in U.S. foreign policy

C-Span has uploaded video of National Security Advisor Tom Donilon’s remarks at yesterday’s "Transformational Trends" forum cohosted by Foreign Policy and the State Department’s Policy Planning staff. In the candid, nearly hour-long conversation with FP Group CEO David Rothkopf, Donilon touched on a wide range of topics including the "challenge" of working with Muslim Brotherhood ...

By , a former associate editor at Foreign Policy.
Photo by David Y. Lee for Foreign Policy
Photo by David Y. Lee for Foreign Policy
Photo by David Y. Lee for Foreign Policy

C-Span has uploaded video of National Security Advisor Tom Donilon's remarks at yesterday's "Transformational Trends" forum cohosted by Foreign Policy and the State Department's Policy Planning staff. In the candid, nearly hour-long conversation with FP Group CEO David Rothkopf, Donilon touched on a wide range of topics including the "challenge" of working with Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Egypt and why he doesn't believe there is a crisis in U.S.-Pakistani relations. Watch it here

C-Span has uploaded video of National Security Advisor Tom Donilon’s remarks at yesterday’s "Transformational Trends" forum cohosted by Foreign Policy and the State Department’s Policy Planning staff. In the candid, nearly hour-long conversation with FP Group CEO David Rothkopf, Donilon touched on a wide range of topics including the "challenge" of working with Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Egypt and why he doesn’t believe there is a crisis in U.S.-Pakistani relations. Watch it here

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @joshuakeating

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