Princeton Professor Julian Zelizer talks to Lisa Mullins about how the new wave of Republicans in Congress may view cuts to military spending, adding that the chances of cuts in the military budget are slim.
President Obama is heading to India this week to help US companies. India is also an important strategic ally. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Robert Kaplan, aithor of ï¿½Monsoon: The Indian Ocean and the Future of the American Power.ï¿½
President Obama's trip to India is not only about strengthening economic ties between the world's two largest democracies. Along with solidifying the country's relationship, the US wants to strike a military deal. Elliot Hannon reports from New Delhi.
Anchor Lisa Mullins discusses the potential impact that a new Congressional reality could have on President Obama's foreign policy with two former US diplomats. They are Nicholas Burns and James Rubin.
There was a lot of finger pointing at China in the Congressional campaigns but once candidates take the oath of office and actually have to govern, will the China bashing ease up? The World's Jason Margolis has more.
One of the features of this campaign season that's fascinated those abroad is the rise of the Tea Party. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Gary Younge, of the British newspaper, The Guardian, about that and other issues drawing international attention.
US military commanders have said the Kandahar campaign is in its final stages, and the debate over the success of the campaign has already begun. But troops on the ground are withholding their verdict. Ben Gilbert reports.