CNAS' new program “Across the Pond, In the Field” is taking foreign policy discussions on a national road trip—visiting 12 cities over a span of three years. During our first stop in Pittsburgh, CNAS Director of the Transatlantic Security Program Juliane Smith sat down with Mark Houser, Director of News and Information at Robert Morris University, to discuss the importance of people visiting other places outside the Washington bubble.
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