Susan Glasser

Politico

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Susan Glasser is chief international affairs correspondent for Politico and host of the new weekly podcast, The Global Politico. She is a former editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy magazine.

Susan Glasser on KCRW

It's been reported that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has considered leaving his job because of disagreements with President Trump.

Tillerson on the ropes with Iran deal deadline looming

It's been reported that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has considered leaving his job because of disagreements with President Trump.

from To the Point

It has been a week on the world stage for President Trump, with the NATO meeting and visits in Rome, Israel and Saudi Arabia.

How did President Trump do on his world stage debut?

It has been a week on the world stage for President Trump, with the NATO meeting and visits in Rome, Israel and Saudi Arabia.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Before his election, Donald Trump accused Saudi Arabia of complicity in the 911 attacks.  In Riyadh, the President called it a “magnificent” and “sacred land.”

Whatever happened to 'America First?'

Before his election, Donald Trump accused Saudi Arabia of complicity in the 911 attacks.  In Riyadh, the President called it a “magnificent” and “sacred land.”

from To the Point

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