January 19, 2012

Why We Should Ignore GOP Foreign Policy Debates

Tony Karon, Global Spin

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The 'humble' foreign policy promised by candidate George W. Bush in 2000 makes President Obama look like a neocon, for example. The sound and fury of the campaign trail, in other words, signifies very little about how the candidates will conduct foreign policy once in office.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, 2012, Newt Gingrich

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