Romney Foreign Policy

May 2012
Moderate Voice;5/24/2012, p12
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The article focuses on the implication of the Romney Foreign Policy in the U.S. It says that former Secretary of State Colin Powell has questioned the choice of Mitt Romney of foreign policy advisers, wherein Powell says that some are so right-wing that the advice they provide merits second thought. It also mentions that the administration of Mitt Romney will bring more tax cuts and more wars that may lead to a growing deficit.


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