Episode 8: Foreign Policy Adrift


What do the American people think about America's role in the world? Many foreign policy experts assume the public just doesn't care very much about international relations--or that average citizens are so uninformed that it's not worth paying attention to their views. Brian Katulis upends these assumptions, discussing his new research that shows the public really does have important things to say about foreign policy.


Brian Katulis is a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress. He is a co-author of "America Adrift: How the U.S. Foreign Policy Debate Misses What Voters Really Want."

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