Last night's televised debate may be the last of its kind before the Republican presidential nomination has been decided. For all their apparent differences, all but one of the candidates agree on one thing: the threat of force to stop Iran from getting an atom bomb. Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum all tried to outdo each other with appeals to the party's most conservative voters. All but Ron Paul called for military action to pre-empt Iran from developing a nuclear weapon.
The Republican Debate and Foreign Policy
- Uri Friedman - Uri Friedman, managing editor at the Atlantic Council and a contributing writer at The Atlantic - @UriLF
- Scott Clement - Washington Post - @sfcpoll