Paper I - Paper I: The Race to the White House Foreign...

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Paper I: The Race to the White House Foreign Affairs is one of the most influential publications that deal with international relations and foreign policy. A few months ago it launched a special coverage of the race to the white house. Since it is mainly interested in foreign policy, it asked each of the leading candidates to write a short essay describing their foreign policy agenda. These essays put forward the candidate’s views on international relations, his or hers assessments of risks and opportunities for the US, policy tools etc. So far, four candidates, two from each party, have published their foreign affairs essay: Obama, Romney, Giuliani and Edwards. More essays will be published in upcoming issues of Foreign Affairs (in fact Clinton and McCain were just added to the site- feel free to use these essays as well!) . You can find the current essays on: http://www.foreignaffairs.org/special/campaign2008 Pick two candidates, a Republican and a Democrat, and read their essays carefully.
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