Three National Security Questions for the U.S. Presidential Candidates

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during a rally, Raleigh, June 22, 2016 (AP photo by Chuck Burton).
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during a rally, Raleigh, June 22, 2016 (AP photo by Chuck Burton).

To borrow a phrase from Winston Churchill, the United States may not be at the beginning of the end of its presidential campaign, but it is at the end of the beginning. After a long, tumultuous series of primaries and caucuses, the two major parties have settled on their presumptive nominees, to be confirmed at each party’s convention this summer. Now American voters must look “under the hood” of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, exploring both candidates’ policies and inclinations in detail, before making their choice in November. Thus far, foreign and security policy have received more attention than is […]

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