Great Decisions In Foreign Policy - Americans and the World

In a democracy, foreign policy and diplomacy must be directed by the people, but survey after survey reveals dire statistics about Americans' knowledge of the world. Few Americans can name the president of France. Just one in four can find Iran on an unmarked map. Great Decisions investigates the roots of this knowledge deficit and asks what can be done to reverse it in today's increasingly global economy.

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