The show will offer viewers a look at the defense, intelligence and foreign affairs worlds through the lens of U.S. policy. The debut episode includes an interview with out-going Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta in Italy.
“On the Radar” joins other web shows in partnership with Yahoo News which feature ABC News talent. It replaces “Political Punch with Jake Tapper.” Tapper left ABC News at the end of the year, and will join CNN at the end of the month.
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