October 21, 2012

Can Romney Offer 3rd Way on Intervention?

David Sanger, New York Times

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Over long campaign, it's become maddeningly difficult to tease out concrete differences in how Barack Obama and Mitt Romney would deal with an angry, unmanageable world that at once craves and resents American intervention.

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