'American Umpire' Documentary Examines US Involvement In Other Nations
Since the end of World War II, the United States has been heavily involved in nations all over the world, supporting or opposing their policies and leaders and, in many cases, providing some level of security.
How did the United States decide to intervene so often and has that benefited the United States and other nations? Should the country be doing more or less of it going forward?
Those are some of the questions addressed in the new documentary "American Umpire." We spoke with the film’s writer and producer Elizabeth Cobbs.