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Securing Tomorrow with David Ignatius and Amb. Kay Bailey Hutchison
On October 12, Kay Bailey Hutchison, the U.S. Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), sat down with Washington Post columnist and associate editor David Ignatius, to discuss the future of the transatlantic alliance, mounting threats from Russia and North Korea and her top priorities in the areas of military cooperation, intelligence-gathering and combating terrorism.
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