January 7, 2013

What's Wrong with Republican Foreign Policy?

Ben Domenech, Ricochet

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Dan Drezner has written a lengthy and widely-linked piece for Foreign Affairs on what's wrong with Republican foreign policy. There are a great many things wrong with Republican foreign policy, so this ought to be verdant territory for smart criticism. But Drezner's piece seems designed to congratulate readers who think the right sucks generally without offering any particular solutions of note, and it engages in some particularly twisted logic at points.

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TAGGED: China, Osama Bin Laden, Benghazi, Libya, Barack Obama, GOP, Foreign Policy, Republican Party, United States

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