A bonus episode of the pod, all in English! Axel talks to Richard Fontaine, who is the CEO of Washington-based think Center for A New American Security (CNAS) and a former foreign policy advisor to Senator John McCain. They talk about the evolution of U.S. foreign policy, America's role in world politics, and why it is not too early to plan for a post-corona world.
Listen to the full conversation on Utrikespodden med Axel och Zebulon.
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