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Andrew Yang

Andrew Yang’s Support for the Troops

On the Campaign Trail: Andrew Yang: Foreign Policy Should Be More “Restrained And Judicious,” “Rely More On The U.N.” — RealClear Politics (4/16/2019) Where He’s Coming From Yang, 44 years old, has worked most of his career in startups, early-stage growth companies, philanthropic non-profits for most of his adult life. He is best know for...

Cory Booker

Cory Booker on Military Heroes and Support

On the Campaign Trail: The junior senator from New Jersey has not devoted much time or effort to addressing issues of war and peace. When he does, he tends to avoid controversy more than define policy. Booker is a favorite of Wall Street and the Israel lobby so his foreign policy views, if and when...

John Delaney

John Delaney, The Trans-Pacific Partnership Candidate

On the Campaign Trail: A self-funding Congressman from Maryland, Delaney is a former businessman whose foreign policy flows from his faith in free-trade economics. Besides immigration, the issues pages of his campaign web site says little on national security or foreign policy questions. [Do you like John Delaney? Tell us why in the comments section....

Beto O'Rourke

Beto O’Rourke: Trump and Russia Threaten National Security

On the Campaign Trail: Where He’s Coming From In his three terms in Congress, Beto O’Rourke staked out positions on issues of war and peace to the left of President Obama. Where other candidates have gone along with the foreign policy consensus in Washington, O’Rourke sometimes broke with it. While his signature foreign policy issue...

Kamala Harris

Kamala Harris on American Leadership

On the Campaign Trail: The foreign policy views of the junior senator from California are unclear in many issues save cybersecurity where the Washington Post says she has “the most substantive record” of any candidate in the race. [Do you like Kamala Harris? Tell us why in the comments section. Or DM us @jeffersonmorley. We...