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Obama’s Foreign Policy – Munk debate Wednesday (live webcast)

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Wednesday morning email:

The Munk Debate on Obama’s Foreign Policy will be streaming live tonight from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM EST. Simply click on the link below to access the FREE livestream:

Munk Debate Livestream

The hour and a half proceedings can be viewed on any computer with a high speed internet connection, as well as on your iPad, iPhone, or other mobile device.
We will be posting questions during the debate and tallying an instantaneous online vote of the viewing audience at www.munkdebates.com/vote.

And be sure to join the debate about the debate on social media today:
On Twitter: #munkdebate
On Facebook: facebook.com/munkdebates

Also: 4:30 to 5:30 PM EST
- Pre-Debate Interviews on Obama’s Foreign Policy

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Debate: 7:00 PM EST
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
The live webcast will be free, but to get the link sent to you on Wednesday, you need to get a free membership by providing your email here.
Members will receive an email at 10 AM EST containing a link to where you can watch the debate live.

Be it resolved Obama’s foreign policy is emboldening our enemies and making the world a more dangerous place.

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PRO:
Bret Stephens: “And now it’s not even in dispute that this president’s foreign policy is a total failure…time and again, the president is caught flat-footed by events.”
Robert Kagan: “Superpowers don’t get to retire….in the international sphere, Americans have had to act as judge, jury, police, and, in the case of military action, executioner.”

CON:
Anne-Marie Slaughter: “The need to rebuild at home means ending the wars we have been in and keeping our troops out of new ones.”
Fareed Zakaria: “President Obama has not made a major mistake. He has done a skillful job steering the United States out of the muddy waters he inherited…and resisted plunging the country into another major conflict”

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