Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman, a national fellow at the Hoover Institution since 2011 and the Dwight Stanford Professor of American Foreign Relations at San Diego State University, was a featured guest on the Australian radio program Radio National. Author of American Umpire, Cobbs Hoffman argues that America has had a more influential role in world affairs than it is given credit for. She was joined by Andrew Bacevich, a professor of international relations at Boston University, who sees America as driven by economic expansionism. They looked at Korea, other current tensions in Asia, World War II, and other historical events.
The broadcast was taped on Wednesday, April 10, 2013. Click here for more information.
Click here for more information about the book American Umpire.