Obama and Romney on Foreign Policy

By:  Thomas R. Eddlem
08/21/2012
       
Obama and Romney on Foreign Policy

A video presentation produced by our partner Liberty News Network takes a hard look at the foreign-policy positions of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. In a nutshell, both major-party candidates would continue waging undeclared wars with various Middle Eastern nations, though Romney is a bit more belligerent with Iran.

A video presentation produced by our partner Liberty News Network takes a hard look at the foreign-policy positions of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. In a nutshell, both major-party candidates would continue waging undeclared wars with various Middle Eastern nations, though Romney is a bit more belligerent with Iran.

Incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama is a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, based on not what he actually did but on his reputation as a man of peace. Republican challenger Mitt Romney portrays himself as a foreign policy hawk ready for war with Iran. But how different are they really on foreign policy?

(For a detailed article comparing the two candidates on major issues, see Thomas R. Eddlem's "Obama v. Romney: Their Core Beliefs.")

Click here to see video.

 

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