U.S. Role In The World

Is There Still a Conservative Foreign Policy?

By Victor David Handson ● National Review ● 08/15/2017

President Trump’s approach to international affairs has revealed longstanding fissures within the Republican Party. With his lack of adherence to any single foreign policy doctrine, it could be argued that discrete ideological rubrics are no longer relevant.

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