In a blogpost today my Examiner colleague Tim Carney notes the opposition of defense hawks David Frum and Bill Kristol to the budget deal and predicts that “defense cuts could cause serious divisions on the Right.” Which prompts the question, where do the Republican presidential candidates stand? After all, one of them may turn out to be the 45th president, with more power over defense and military policy than any Republican in Congress has today. Eli Lake has a thorough and perceptive account in the New Republic. Must reading, and not entirely reassuring for Republicans of any foreign policy school.
The Republican presidential candidates on foreign policy
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