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American Power at a Crossroads

Is it even possible to "Make America Great Again"? David Rothkopf takes on American exceptionalism with Rosa Brooks, Kori Schake, and Robert Kagan.

On this episode of The E.R., Max Boot joins us to discuss his new book "The Road Not Taken."
On this episode of The E.R., Max Boot joins us to discuss his new book "The Road Not Taken."

David Rothkopf, the FP Group's CEO and editor, sits down at The Editor’s Roundtable (The E.R.) with FP columnists Rosa Brooks and Kori Schake and historian Robert Kagan. They debate Washington's current role in the world, whether President Barack Obama's choices have strengthened or weakened the United States, and whether his views on America’s unique role in the world are still unique.

About the participants:

Rosa Brooks teaches international law, national security, and constitutional law at Georgetown University. Follow her on Twitter: @brooks_rosa. Her books can be purchased here.

David Rothkopf, the FP Group’s CEO and editor, sits down at The Editor’s Roundtable (The E.R.) with FP columnists Rosa Brooks and Kori Schake and historian Robert Kagan. They debate Washington’s current role in the world, whether President Barack Obama’s choices have strengthened or weakened the United States, and whether his views on America’s unique role in the world are still unique.

About the participants:

Rosa Brooks teaches international law, national security, and constitutional law at Georgetown University. Follow her on Twitter: @brooks_rosa. Her books can be purchased here.

Kori Schake is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, where she focuses on military history. She is a former foreign-policy advisor to Sen. John McCain. Follow her on Twitter: @KoriSchake. Her books can be purchased here.

Robert Kagan is a historian, best-selling author, and columnist for the Washington Post. He is also a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. His books can be purchased here.

David Rothkopf is CEO and editor of the FP Group. Follow him on Twitter: @djrothkopf. His latest book, National Insecurity, can be purchased here.

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