Sanger is one of the leading national security reporters in the United States, and this astonishingly revealing insider’s account of the Obama administration’s foreign policy process is a triumph of the genre.
David E. Sanger and Daniel Klaidman join Jonathan Tepperman for a discussion about the Obama administration's national security policies and practices.
David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times, shows how President Barack Obama is the latest in a long line of U.S. leaders attempting to cope with problems that become more urgent and less tractable with every passing year.
Washington faces two enormous tasks in forming economic policy: it must preserve U.S. economic supremacy while defusing the bitter resentment that America's clout provokes abroad. A grand bargain with developing countries is badly needed. For starters, America should slash its trade barriers in agriculture and textiles in return for a global accord on intellectual-property rights.