‘Achieving a Better Outcome’: Matt Duss on a Progressive U.S. Foreign Policy

‘Achieving a Better Outcome’: Matt Duss on a Progressive U.S. Foreign Policy
Matt Duss testifies before the 2016 Democratic Platform Drafting Committee, June 9, 2016 (Screenshot of C-SPAN video).

Over the course of the past five years, a number of figures on the Democratic Party’s left wing, supported by grassroots organizations and advocacy groups, have been expanding the range of discussions about U.S. foreign policy. The progressive agenda that has emerged, although not a formal platform, is beginning to play a more prominent role in policy debates in Washington’s foreign policy establishment, including within the Biden administration. In this week’s Trend Lines interview, Matt Duss, foreign policy adviser to Sen. Bernie Sanders, joins WPR’s editor-in-chief Judah Grunstein to discuss what a progressive foreign policy would look like and how […]

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