Since last week's vote for Britain to exit the European Union, many are searching for just what motivated people to chose "LEAVE".
Some say that this decision indicates a growing wave of isolationism - a desire to place a greater focus on the needs of the home country over entanglements with those abroad.
In the U.S., presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump has used the phrase "America First" to express his foreign policy platform -- as he put it:
"We will no longer surrender this country or its people to the false song of globalism,"
Is that realistic thinking in today's political framework?
To find out more, Take Two's Libby Denkmann spoke with two guests:
First, Richard Burt. He's a former U.S. Ambassador to Germany and one of several experts who advised Trump's "America First" speech. He'll discuss what Trump was getting at with the phrase of "America First," despite the heavy historical baggage that those words hold
Next, Ian Bremmer, author and the president of the political risk research firm, Eurasia Group. He explains whether or not Trump's stated foreign policy is truly indicative of isolationism.
Audio coming soon