Paul R. Pillar
For the most part Mitt Romney has lived up to his promise to stick to the tradition of not criticizing U.S. foreign policy explicitly while traveling overseas. His remarks in Israel on the Iranian nuclear issue were restrained and statesmanlike, at least in contrast to a comment by his adviser (and impresario for the Israel portion of his trip) Dan Senor, which sounded like an endorsement of the idea of Israel launching a war against Iran.
Mitt Romney rolled out his foreign policy platform this morning — and it looks remarkably familiar. Addressing cadets at South Carolina's Citadel military academy, Romney attacked President Obama for forfeiting U.S. military and eco... Read Post
The 2012 campaign debate is briefly pivoting to foreign policy this week, as Republican nominee Mitt Romney prepares to take his first trip overseas as a presidential candidate. The trip — which includes stops in London, Israel, and... Read Post