Republicans Talked A Lot, Said Little on Foreign Policy
It's useless to peruse European news websites in search of substantive analysis of policy recipes proposed by Republican candidates for the U.S. presidency during Wednesday's debate. There was little the 11 Republicans said that had anything to do with the current European agenda, and what they did say was so outlandish it hardly merited discussion.
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