Politics & Government

October 8, 2012 12:20 PM

Romney foreign-policy speech takes tough tone but proposes few changes

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney slammed his rival’s international strategy as weak Monday in a speech at Virginia Military Institute. But many of the remarks in his critique didn’t pass the truth test, and despite his tough tone, the foreign-policy positions he outlined hewed close to those already held by President Barack Obama.

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