Giuliani and Edwards: two visions of foreign policy
Continuing its series of position papers from presidential candidates, Foreign Affairs gives space in its current issue to Rudy Giuliani and John Edwards. From the summaries:
Giuliani: "The next U.S. president will face three key foreign policy challenges: setting a course for victory in the terrorists' war on global order, strengthening the international system the terrorists seek to destroy, and extending the system's benefits. With a stronger defense, a determined diplomacy, and greater U.S. economic and cultural influence, the next president can start to build a lasting, realistic peace."
Edwards: "In the wake of the Iraq debacle, we must restore America's reputation for moral leadership and reengage with the world. We must move beyond the empty slogan 'war on terror' and create a genuine national security policy that is built on hope, not fear. Only then can America once again become a beacon to the world."
We linked to the pieces from Mitt Romney and Barack Obama here.
UPDATE: See two very different takes on Rudy's foreign policy vision here and here.