GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has amassed a collection of headlines impugning his foreign policy credentials since his speech at the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) convention and overseas trip. This publicity he has received all too characteristically crops Latin America from forecasts about what a Romney White House would mean for hemispheric policy issues. Still, as his sparse commentary on the region suggests, Latin America would not only remain out of frame, but out of focus should Romney secure the presidency.
Veronica Salas of Council of Hemispheric Affairs tackles Mitt Romney’s “Cold War-era” foreign policy.
Should foreign policy matter in this election? Has it mattered? What do you think?
(by Jayel Aheram)
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