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Wednesday January 18, 2017
Audio Trump Foreign Affairs
Many believe American and international politics will be turned on their respective heads come Friday, as Donald Trump becomes President of the United States. We spoke with Jonathan Tepperman, the managing editor of Foreign Affairs magazine.
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