As candidates campaign for president, they often focus on economic issues that are close to the daily lives of American voters.  When they get in office, some of the thorniest challenges end up being overseas.  It was no different for President Obama who dealt with wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the rise of ISIS, the takedown of Osama Bin Laden, normalization of relations with Cuba, and an accord on Iranian nuclear capabilities.  Jim takes the pulse of his panel on how Obama handled these challenges.