Foreign Policy

6:33am

Sun November 13, 2011
Politics

GOP Candidates Unite Against Obama's Foreign Policy

Republican presidential hopefuls participate in the South Carolina presidential debate at Wofford College on Saturday. It was the first debate of the season focused on foreign policy.
Paul J. Richards AFP/Getty Images

Republican White House hopefuls criticized President Obama's handling of Iran, Afghanistan and the Arab Spring during a debate Saturday night in South Carolina. It was the first of this year's debates in which foreign policy was the dominant topic.

Although the candidates aimed most of their firepower at the sitting president, the forum did expose some fault lines within the Republican ranks.

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2:09pm

Fri October 7, 2011
Mitt Romney

Romney Calls For A Bigger, Stronger Military

Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney speaks to Citadel cadets and supporters on campus Friday in Charleston, S.C. The former Massachusetts governor, known more for his business acumen than his foreign-policy experience, sought to show he has what it takes to be commander in chief.

Mic Smith AP

There is a tradition of Republican presidential candidates laying out their foreign-policy views at The Citadel.

John McCain did it four years ago; George W. Bush did it eight years before that. On Friday, it was Mitt Romney's turn to speak at the South Carolina military academy.

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8:58am

Fri August 12, 2011
Lecture Series

Seminars at Steamboat: Seymour Hersh

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[Updated: 08/15/2011 - Audio of the 8/14 seminar is now available online.The 2nd presentation in our lecture series, Seminars at Steamboat, will air this weekend. Tune in Sunday at 6pm to hear Washington DC based journalist, Seymour Hersh and his presentation entitled "Are Obama's Foreign Policies Working?"

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