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Last week Secretary of State Antony Blinken delivered a speech outlining the priorities of Biden-Harris Administration foreign policy. It differed from past such speeches in focus, tone and objectives. It described an approach in which, in the words of Blinken, the distinctions between foreign and domestic policy have “fallen away.” It was also showed more humility and awareness that America had much work to do to repair our own democracy, immigration policies, and relationships around the world if we are to be successful. We discuss the speech and its implications with Kori Schake of the American Enterprise Institute, Rosa Brooks of Georgetown University Law School and Max Boot of the Council on Foreign Relations. We also begin with some observations on International Women’s Day. Don’t miss it.