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U.S. Needs Robust Debate on Foreign Policy Choices

Cato Institute

Christopher A. Preble and Emma Ashford

In October, America’s longest war, the war in Afghanistan, will enter its 16th year. With American troops fighting not only in Afghanistan, but in Iraq, Syria, Libya, and elsewhere, foreign policy should be a major topic of discussion during the Democratic National Convention and overall this election year. Unfortunately, neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump advocate a foreign policy that the American people want.
Trump can certainly be credited with shaking up the foreign policy debate during the primary season. Simply by expressing ideas that differ from Republican foreign policy dogma — for example, that the …read more

Source: Cato Institute

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