Harking back to Howard Dean, Chris Murphy opens space on Hillary Clinton’s left flank. “Progressives have been adrift on foreign policy and it means presidential candidates don’t feel a lot of pressure to move away from the right-wing orthodoxy.”
“It’s that overall policy which invites retaliation, and they see us as intruders.”
Twelve of the UK’s largest mosques are appealing to British Muslims to jointly condemn the message being spread by ISIS.
“[T]here’s been an obsession by some within the administration — and that goes for the president himself — to promote the abortion agenda and the LGBT agenda in our foreign policy”
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi resigned on Tuesday morning after calling the UK government’s policy on Gaza “morally indefensible”. But what exactly is government policy on the conflict?
“It’s not particularly relevant whether a particular leader in Hamas ordered this abduction,” Obama says.
The president lays out an introspective foreign policy.
“I didn’t even know that there was a speech.”
Obama calls for new negotiations with Iran on nuclear weapons and a return to the bargaining table for Israelis and Palestinians.
Ron Paul launches his new foreign policy institute, with an assist from Dennis Kucinich. Rand skips the opening.
BuzzFeed asked dozens of CPAC attendees that question. A snapshot of the grassroots’ view on foreign policy.
Back to Benghazi? Or: “Too many American wars?
A considerable portion of the speech was devoted to foreign policy.
Paul is branding his libertarian-leaning foreign policy as what the founders would have wanted. “It is time for all Americans, and especially conservatives, to become as critical and reflective when examining foreign policy as we are with domestic policy.”
A preview of his big speech next week?
The senator from Kentucky told a group of conservatives at an off-the-record meeting Monday. Beefing up his pro-Israel credentials.
Everything is a women’s issue, and nothing is.
Lots of interest in Romney’s Secret Service flag pin.
Two moderators provoked lively, interesting debates this cycle. Two did not.
Another debate, another move to the middle — this time on foreign policy. “We can’t kill our way out of this mess.”
So you can sound like you actually watched all 90 minutes of the final presidential debate.
“All over the map,” jabs the president. “Attacking me is not an agenda,” Romney responds.
And thus far the most exciting moment of the Boca Raton debate. President Obama drops an “oh snap” in regards to Mitt Romney labeling Russia a primary global adversary.
Says Romney still wants troops still in Iraq and is “all over the map” on nearly everything else.
The candidate seems to have toned down his rhetoric a bit since his first campaign.
Former Ambassador to India Tim Roemer says Romney can’t pass the commander in chief test.
The Anti-Defamation League has compiled newspaper cartoons depicting what they describe as “the Arab media’s demonization of the 2012 presidential election and the US-Israeli relationship.”
Issues like the aftermath of the Benghazi attack and talks with Iran will be a central topic at the final foreign policy debate in Florida. In 2007, then-Senator Obama promised an open foreign policy and to be transparent about decisions made by his administration.
Foreign policy — and image. “No one will be watching,” shrugs a Romney aide.
“Start rebuilding here,” is the campaign’s refrain hours before the foreign policy debate.