What Would a Truly Unconventional Foreign Policy Presidential Candidate Look Like?

What Would a Truly Unconventional Foreign Policy Presidential Candidate Look Like?
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders at a campaign rally at Penn State University, State College, Pa., April 19, 2016 (AP photo by Mary Altaffer).

In last week’s Democratic presidential debate, Sen. Bernie Sanders said something you don’t often hear in a U.S. presidential campaign. “We are going to have to treat the Palestinian people,” Sanders declared, “with respect and dignity.” Though Sanders prefaced his statement by assuring Democrats that he is “100 percent pro-Israel,” the statement seemed like a breath of fresh air compared to the one-sided tone that usually characterizes campaign rhetoric on the Israel-Palestine conflict. Indeed, it was only four years ago that then-Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich suggested that Palestinians are an “invented” people, while collectively characterizing them as “terrorists.” Indeed, […]

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