Charlie Rose on BTV - Tuesday, October 9, 2012 (Full Show For Mobile - Part 2) New York Times chief White House correspondent David Sanger and Council on Foreign Relations president Richard Haass on the state of the presidential election.
Republican Senator Richard Lugar, in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, said the president’s performance on foreign policy has slipped to “at best” mediocre.
U.S. airlines were urged by the State Department to notify Chinese authorities before flying through China’s new air-defense zone, even as the American military conducts daily flights in the area without such notification.
While thousands of American soldiers won’t go to Egypt next month for military exercises, President Barack Obama left intact the centerpiece of U.S.-Egypt military cooperation -- $1.3 billion a year in military aid.
The U.S. military is conducting daily flights through China’s newly declared air-defense zone without notifying Beijing authorities in advance, days before Vice President Joe Biden is to meet with Chinese leaders.
President Barack Obama faces the toughest foreign policy dilemma of his administration as he decides how to respond after concluding that Syria’s regime used chemical weapons against innocent civilians.
President Barack Obama , expressing impatience with the pace of the transition to democracy in Egypt, said President Hosni Mubarak ’s announcement that he would cede some powers failed to provide a “clear and unambiguous” statement that the needed changes are being made.