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February 24th, 2011
Episode 539 of 1286 episodes
Free market capitalism, Western culture, democracy--the ideas that shaped 20th century world politics and underpinned U.S. foreign policy--have lost a good deal of their strength. Authority is now more contested and power more diffused. How should the U.S. meet these challenges?