Without U.S. Action, "Nobody Follows"

In Part 2 of a Q&A, Richard Armitage defends Washington's weakness in coalition building when executing its foreign policy

Deputy Secretary of State Richard L. Armitage is an experienced troubleshooter. A Vietnam veteran with previous stints at the State Dept. and the Pentagon under his belt, Armitage has been involved in everything from handling Philippines' efforts to boot U.S. troops out of the country to the collapse of the former Soviet Union.

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