January 7, 2013

Rebooting Republican Foreign Policy

Daniel Drezner, Foreign Affairs

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Republicans need to start taking foreign policy more seriously, thinking hard about the thorny task of managing a superpower and not leaving it as a plaything for right-wing interest groups. Failure to do so quickly could be catastrophic, ceding this ground to Democrats for a generation at least.

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