A Conversation with Chuck Hagel

Speaker:
Chuck Hagel Member, U.S. Senate (R-NE)
Presider:
Jessica P. Einhorn Dean, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University
Description

Having just returned from his fifth trip to Iraq, Senator Hagel says "there are important areas of progress."  However, he says he is "frustrated and worried" about the situation there. Join him for a discussion about moving forward in the region and how the conflict has affected the U.S.role in the world.

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