President Obama has named Susan Rice his national security adviser to replace the departing Tom Donilon, and nominated Samantha Power to succeed Rice as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. How might the two longtime loyal advisers influence the president's foreign policy? Joe Barnes, the institute's Bonner Means Baker Fellow and a career U.S. Department of State diplomat, weighs in on the Baker Institute Blog.

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