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This week, one year after his much-celebrated speech in Prague calling for reductions in the nuclear weapons stockpile, President Obama relased his new nuclear strategy for America. We get the basics, and learn what to expect from next week’s Nuclear Security Summit.
- David Sanger Journalist, The New York Times; and author most recently of "The Inheritance: The World Obama Confronts and the Challenges to American Power" (Harmony)
President Obama’s 2009 Prague Speech
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