On March 20, Gen. John R. Allen (ret.), former undersecretary of state Wendy Sherman, former U.S. Navy intelligence officer Malcolm Nance and author Robert Kagan addressed the breakdown of global alliances, the rise of nationalism, and the ever-growing threat to democracy in conversations led by Washington Post Editorial Page Editor Fred Hiatt and columnist David Ignatius.
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