The former ambassador to China is uniquely qualified to lead America into a Pacific century.
The two Republican presidential contenders discussed the war in Afghanistan, a nuclear Iran and the Sino-American relationship.
The former American ambassador to China suggested that Iran’s suspected nuclear weapons program may be unstoppable.
Republican presidential hopefuls lamented the deep cuts in military spending that are expected in the United States.
America’s former ambassador to China rejected tariffs as pandering and warned it could instigate a race to the bottom.
“Advocating more ships, more troops and more weapons is not a foreign policy.”
The two centrist Republican candidates offer plenty of conservative orthodoxy.
The former governor would cut taxes, reduce regulations and boost energy production.
The former ambassador to China tries to appeal to the “sensible middle ground.”
The Texas governor could outshine other social conservatives in the race.