Category Archives: 2012 presidential election

Foreign policy debate ignores Africa and its growing economic presence

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      If it were not for former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s brief mention of Mali, Latin America and China, I would have forgotten that other regions and issues exist in terms of foreign policy. ¬†Monday night’s foreign policy … Continue reading

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Foreign policy debate shows common ground: The same goes for foreign trade policy

A Washington Post article this morning points out that last night’s debate on foreign policy did more to highlight the similarities between Governor Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama’s approaches than differences. Although foreign trade was mentioned only briefly in … Continue reading

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Countdown to tonight’s debate: Romney’s plan

As I wait anxiously for tonight’s debate, I compare Mitt Romney’s trade policy proposals with Barack Obama’s record. Check out the video here. This work is licensed under a¬†Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License

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Tonight’s foreign policy debate will also focus on China

According to an ABC News cheat sheet, tonight’s third and final U.S. presidential debate focusing on foreign policy will include questions about our trade relation with China and outsourcing. Here is a recap of my analyses about China-US trade relations, … Continue reading

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China is not the big bad wolf of international trade

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Right before the second presidential debate on Tuesday night, I shared with you why international trade is an important topic. I was glad that international trade, as it relates to jobs and economic growth, was a part of that debate. … Continue reading

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