Romney out of his league in foreign policy - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Michael N
    • 27.01.12 | 09:09 (IST)

    Time and again, Romney as well as the rest of the Republican candidates have displayed lack of understanding, voicing aggressive and confrontational ideas that ill suit them to conduct intelligent and nuanced foreign policy in an increasingly difficult and complex world. But not to worry. None will replace Obama.

    from the article: Romney: Palestinians don't want two-state solution, they want to eliminate Israel
    First published 06:54 27.01.12 | Last updated 06:54 27.01.12
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