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Henry Kissinger and James Baker (Complete)

HOUSTON, March 14, 2013 — In a joint appearance at Asia Society Texas Center, former Secretaries of State Henry A. Kissinger and James A. Baker III assess current and future foreign policy challenges for the United States, from Chinese cyberwarfare to a nuclear-armed North Korea. Former White House Chief of Staff Andrew H. Card moderates the talk. (57 min., 11 sec.)

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