After bin Laden: What’s Next for Obama

May 2, 2011

After bin Laden: What’s Next for Obama
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James M. Lindsay, Senior Vice President and Director of Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses how the news that U.S. Special Forces have killed Osama bin Laden will influence U.S. foreign policy, President Barack Obama’s public opinion, and the war in Afghanistan.

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