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Joe Sestak: Military Members Essential

Joe Sestak: Military Members Essential

Former congressman Joe Sestak of Pennsylvania’s 7th District recently became one of the many candidates running for the Democratic nomination for President. Besides his 4 years in the House of Representatives, during which he sat on the Armed Services Committee, Sestak’s foreign policy experience comes from a 31-year career as a naval officer and served...

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Marianne Williamson: Israel is not Netanyahu

Marianne Williamson: Israel is not Netanyahu

On the Campaign Trail: Where She’s Coming From Author and self-help guru Marianne Williamson recently spoke at the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire to elaborate on her vision fAmerica’s role in the world. “We will not deploy soldiers unnecessarily. We will champion peace-building approaches to international conflict and atrocity prevention in hotspots around the...

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Sen. Bennet Wants Real Support for Troops

Sen. Bennet Wants Real Support for Troops

On the Campaign Trail: On Military Spending: Bennet has tallied up the costs of tax cuts and interventions in the Middle East since 2001. “That’s $12 or $13 trillion that we might as well have lit on fire,” the Colorado Senator said to Rick Newman during a recent interview for Yahoo Finance’s Meet the Candidate series....

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Tom Steyer Wants to Restore U.S. Prestige in the World

Tom Steyer Wants to Restore U.S. Prestige in the World

On July 9, Tom Steyer–billionaire, impeachment activist, and climate change crusader– became the most recent Democrat to announce a run for President. On the Campaign Trail: On US Foreign Policy: On Russia: On Saudi Arabia: Steyer is probably best known nationally for leading Need to Impeach, an effort to rally support for Trump’s impeachment. In 2013,...

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Bill de Blasio: Amazon Crucial to International Community

Bill de Blasio: Amazon Crucial to International Community

NYC Mayor de Blasio hasn’t discussed much of international affairs and security while on the 2020 campaign trail, although his record in public service has some telling incidents. De Blasio has mostly framed his response to foreign policy in terms of immigration and climate change. Back in 2012, as the public advocate for New York...

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