How foreign policy can shape a presidency
President Biden is considering deploying troops to NATO allies in Eastern Europe as Russia continues to threaten Ukraine. The Biden administration and NATO are pursuing a diplomatic solution to the crisis.
Julian Zelizer, professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University, discusses how foreign policy issues shape presidencies, and how they can influence a president’s domestic agenda and approval ratings.
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