The foreign policy implications of the U.S. midterms could be profound. How might Republican control of the U.S. Senate affect sensitive nuclear negotiations with Iran? How would it impact President Obama’s Foreign Affairs budget requests (particularly for UN funding and foreign aid)? And what do the election results say about foreign policy debates between disparate wings of the Republican party? Here with me to discuss these questions and more is Boston Globe columnist Michael Cohen, who is a senior fellow with The Century Foundation. Enjoy (or not, depending on your political preference!)


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