Promoting democracy may be laudable in Iraq and elsewhere, but critics contend that such good intentions has lead the nation into an unaffordable, moral swamp.
Boston University's Andrew Bacevich says the nation can be guided by strategic self-interest and morality. Richard Haass, a veteran of Washington policy battles, preaches a multilateral path to achieve America's goals.
Hear about the search for an American strategic doctrine, real, moral, and affordable.
Andrew Bacevich, Professor of International Relations, Boston University;
Richard Haass, President, Council of Foreign Relations
Paul Reynolds, World Affairs Correspondent, BBC News Online.
This program aired on November 17, 2005.