Since the shooting death of Osama bin Laden, the news has been dominated by stories of the former al-Qaida leader; but, the country's foreign policy priorities do not end with the discover of his Abbottabad compound.  By the time that Leon Panetta takes the stand for his Senate confirmation hearing, politicians on the Left and the Right will be clamoring for their chance have their foreign policy issues back in the limelight.  To preview some of the issues we that will make their way back into the news we speak with David Sanger, chief White House correspondent for The New York Times.