Is there any difference in US foreign policy between the two major parties? Just how important is foreign policy in the minds of American voters come November?
CrossTalk: It is a truism American voters are far more interested in domestic issues during a presidential election. And this suits the foreign policy establishment just fine. Since the Cold War there has been a narrowing of foreign policy debate. Does this explain why Washington blunders from one fiasco to another?
CrossTalking with 21WIRE’s Patrick Henningsen, along with UCSF’s Stephen Zunes, and DC policy expert Daniel Faraci.
Originally aired June 1, 2016 on RT