Post Tagged with: "Romney"

What the 2012 Elections Portend for the Future of the Republican Party

What the 2012 Elections Portend for the Future of the Republican Party

To remain competitive the Republicans need to expand their appeal beyond their 2012 voter base, particularly in order to capture votes from women, young people and the Latino population.

The Role of National Leaders in Foreign Policy

The Role of National Leaders in Foreign Policy

Although it is assumed that individual leaders create and implement their own foreign policies, foreign policy is not nearly as leader-centric as observers tend to believe.

What Can Africa Expect from a Romney Administration?

What Can Africa Expect from a Romney Administration?

Aside from reforms to foreign assistance, Africans should not anticipate any major shifts. US policy toward the region is driven by strategic priorities and limited by financial constraints—factors that would change little if Romney took office.

China’s Emergence as a Naval Power

China’s Emergence as a Naval Power

China’s dedication to securing its own naval power has now entered a totally new realm, and those of us who measure capabilities must now reevaluate China’s place in the international system.

The Republican Party and US Foreign Policy

The Republican Party and US Foreign Policy

In a Romney administration few prominent realists would likely gain top decision-making posts. While erstwhile hawks, nationalists and neocons who do make it into positions of influence will likely be ‘captured by reality’.

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