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Romney and Obama's Odd Foreign Policy Dance
October 16, 2012

Romney and Obama's Odd Foreign Policy Dance

On many global issues, the candidates are not far apart. Can Romney use this to his advantage?

Romney's 'Pivot' ...to George W. Bush?
October 11, 2012

Romney's 'Pivot' ...to George W. Bush?

With proposals to expand the U.S. military, a strong focus on the Middle East, while simultaneously lowering taxes – all seem like moves from a former President’s playbook.

How Obama’s India Policy Has Made America Stronger
October 11, 2012

How Obama’s India Policy Has Made America Stronger

Part of President Obama’s impressive foreign policy record has been his persistent courting of India. Mitt Romney would do well to take notice.

October 10, 2012

If Romney Wins, Does the U.S. Navy Expand?

A recent interview suggests a Romney win could see an expansion of the U.S. Navy. Can he convince the public?

Simple Arithmetic: Sorry Mitt, It's Over
October 05, 2012

Simple Arithmetic: Sorry Mitt, It's Over

At the end of the day, elections are decided by who gets 270 electoral votes. The winner is clear…

October 04, 2012

Why the First Debate Was a Draw

With major outlets calling the first U.S. Presidential debate a win for Mitt Romney, there could be a different conclusion.

September 24, 2012

Message to the Candidates: Talk China Policy not China Smack

The 2012 U.S. Presidential race is filled with China rhetoric. Is it serious or just election pandering?

The "Mitt Romney School" of Foreign Policy
September 18, 2012

The "Mitt Romney School" of Foreign Policy

Although Gov. Romney often criticizes President Obama’s choices in foreign affairs, many wonder about the precise nature of his own views.

Why Iran Doesn’t Believe U.S. and Israeli Threats
September 04, 2012

Why Iran Doesn’t Believe U.S. and Israeli Threats

Iranian leaders don’t believe that the U.S. or Israel will attack them, and history says they’re right.

"Silly Season" on Both Sides of the Pacific
September 01, 2012

"Silly Season" on Both Sides of the Pacific

In Beijing and Washington, election politics are creating lots of tough talk.

What’s Mitt’s Foreign Policy?
August 29, 2012

What’s Mitt’s Foreign Policy?

While America’s Presidential Election won’t be won on foreign policy, Mitt Romney’s experience and views matter.

Why Israel Won't Attack Iran
August 22, 2012

Why Israel Won't Attack Iran

While many believe leaders in Tel Aviv are bluffing, the Jewish state gains a lot by threatening to strike Tehran.

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