The GOP claims to be a party that favors limited government, but its foreign policy positions reveal this to be little more than a lie.
If you’re interested in knowing how the candidates would handle a foreign policy crisis, last night’s debate was mostly unhelpful.
What does the apparent outcome of the war in Libya mean for the so-called “Responsibility To Protect” doctrine?
A few Republicans have picked up on John McCain’s criticism of critics of the Libya mission as being “isolationist.”
For the first time since the end of World War II, the GOP is wrestling with two diametrically opposed visions of foreign affairs.
The American public is increasingly skeptical of foreign adventurism. Why aren’t our political candidates reflecting that?