Identity, Values, and the Conduct of US Foreign Policy with Elliot Abrams - Conversations with History - UCTV - University of California Television
Identity, Values, and the Conduct of US Foreign Policy with Elliot Abrams - Conversations with History
Premiere Date: 6/12/2017; 59 minutes
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Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Elliot Abrams former deputy National Security Advisor to President George W. Bush for a conversation on the values and interests that define U.S. foreign policy. Reflecting on his formative experiences, he recalls the influence of his parents, his education, and his work experiences under Senators Jackson and Moynihan. After discussing the skills and temperament necessary for the work of foreign policy, he analyzes the challenges of navigating the tensions between security and human rights. Reflecting on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, he offers his assessment of the preconditions for its resolution. He also discusses his analysis of Jewish support for Israel in the United States, and concludes with advice for students preparing for a future in international affairs. Recorded on 04/20/2017. (#32358)

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