A Marine who fought in World War II, a PhD economist, a successful businessman, and a Cabinet secretary four times over, George P. Shultz has lived an impressive life.
In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, from the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, the 97-year-old former Secretary of State opens up on the prospects for peace on the Korean Peninsula, what made President Ronald Reagan a great leader, his career, and much more.
Show Roadmap – Shultz weighs the prospects for peace on the Korean peninsula
– Shultz’s thoughts on former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
– What Shultz makes of Prince Salman in Saudi Arabia
– How the U.S. should handle Russia
– What Shultz thinks are the greatest threats facing America
– Is China destined to be an American adversary?
– What made Ronald Reagan a great leader
– Shultz provides career advice
– What Nixon got right
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