How Does Obama's Victory Look to the Rest of the World?

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Barack Obama broke barriers and made history earlier this week when he won enough delegates to earn his party's nomination for president. What does the rest of the world think about his achievement? Will his nomination change America's image abroad? What does his victory means to Muslim nations? Is israel worried that he might not be a staunch ally? Would a President Obama have an impact on Europe, where many nations are struggling with how to deal with immigrant populations? Do Africans hope that a black president will focus more energies and aid on their continent? Also, Hillary Clinton plans her exit strategy, and the self-proclaimed mastermind of the 9/11 attacks and four alleged co-conspirators will be arraigned at Guantánamo today. The Pentagon makes comparisons to the Nazi Nuremberg trials. Critics say no way. Sara Terry guest hosts.



Sara Terry


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