Aspen Snapshot: An Eye to the World

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Nicholas Burns of Harvard Kennedy's School, Jane Harman of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations discuss the world's crisis spots on a panel moderated by The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg. All three panelists have substantial government experience: Burns served in the foreign service for 27 years, rising to undersecretary of state; Harman was a member of Congress from California for 16 years; Haass worked in senior roles at the State Department and National Security Council.

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