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Their ridiculous statements draw attention to how ill-informed or opportunistic many of the new Republican hawks are.
The good news is that few, if any, of McCain's preferred policies are likely to be adopted.
Why should voters show up to vote in an election mostly about nothing?
McCain plainly expresses his lack of interest in any deal with Iran.
The myth of indispensability serves as an all-purpose rationalization for foreign policy hyper-activism.
There is no reason to assume that lame-duck foreign policy initiatives will be successful or wise.
Newly-elected members of Congress should be the ones to vote on a new resolution authorizing military force.
Republican candidates haven't won every single major contested race in this year's elections, but they have come very close.
If Ernst ends up winning, it will be thanks to many Iowans that oppose the current war that she supports.
The party's tendency to underperform in Senate races hasn't been entirely corrected.
The policies that hawks promote are expensive, unnecessary, and make Americans less secure.
The proper role of the U.S. government is not to police the entire planet
How could it possibly increase Americans' confidence in their government to make that government even less accountable to them than it already is?
If Walker does end up losing, it shouldn't come as a great shock.
Considering the obstacles in Japan, it's not clear what incentive Obama has to make the TPP one of the main priorities of his last two years in office.
On almost every issue, Gardner has been a conventional hawk.
The so-called "moderate" opposition would probably be better off today if the U.S. had not expanded its war against ISIS into Syria.
Washington needs to stop indulging U.S. allies and clients.
Kagan ignores the costs of U.S. backing for foreign insurgencies.
Backing the war against ISIS is an exception that Americans are making to their general aversion to new conflicts.