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Name:CBC Our World Tides of Change, The Shrinking Superpower

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CBC - Our World
Tides of Change, The Shrinking Superpower
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Type.................: documentary
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This week, we take a look at the political event on the U.S. presidential race
calendar - next week's Super Tuesday primary sweepstakes.

We begin with the CBC's Joe Schlesinger looking at the TIDES OF CHANGE IN
AMERICA. Joe looks back in history for insight as to whether Americans really
are ready to embrace that slogan of change everyone's chanting.

Super Tuesday is just days away, on February 5th, and even by the often wild
standards of U.S. primaries, this is shaping up to be a dramatic and exciting
event. It's when 22 U.S. states make their choice for a Presidential candidate.

The race for the Democratic Party is now down to Barack Obama and Hillary
Clinton. Among Republicans it's between John McCain and Mitt Romney.

The CBC's veteran correspondent Joe Schlesinger has covered many Super Tuesdays
in his day when he was based in Washington from the Carter years through Ronald
Reagan's Presidency to the Presidency of George Bush senior.

Joe sees 2008 as something of a watershed year in U.S. politics and thinks that
insight can be gained by looking back at another tumultuous era in American
history for clues as to what may be taking shape.

In the second half of the show we look at the future of U.S. foreign policy
under a new president and explore the idea of whether the U.S. is a SHRINKING
SUPERPOWER.

Brian has an in-depth discussion with Parag Khanna. He is the author of a
controversial New York Times Magazine article, on the complex foreign policy
challenges the next President of the United States will inherit.

Khanna believes the global playing field has dramatically changed and that
America may not be able to exert the type of influence it did in the past -
despite the continuing importance of its economy and military power. His
thought-provoking essay is entitled: "Waving Goodbye to Hegemony."

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