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Ten Foreign Policy Questions for the Next President (2 of 8)

June 25, 2008 - Michael Scheuer, former head of the CIA's Bin Laden Unit and author of three New York Times bestselling books, talks about the ten foreign policy questions that John McCain and Barack Obama must answer. In this video, Scheuer asks: 1) Why are we fighting much of the Muslim world and what is our enemy's motivation? 2) Given the tax burden Americans shoulder for defense, why is the U.S. military not winning? 3) Can Americans really be safer if our ports and borders are virtually unguarded, and police must cope with 11+ million undocumented aliens? 4) Why is U.S. energy security and the control of our debt in the hands of anti-American Arab tryants, 35-years after the first Saudi-led embargo? 5) Why does America back the major antagonists in the Arab-Israeli War -- Saudi Arabia and Israel -- and what are U.S. interests in the war besides emotional ties to Israel and dependence on the gulf government's oil and funding of our national debt?
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