If former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is next year's Democratic nominee, foreign policy will be front and center in the presidential campaign. Most of the 17 Republican hopefuls are foreign-policy amateurs, but they're almost unanimously hawkish, blaming the Democrats for "weakness." It turns out that almost all are consulting the same group of advisors, who were part of Mitt Romney's losing campaign in 2012. We hear what the John Hay Initiative is telling the candidates about war, diplomacy and America's role in the world.
Republican Rhetoric on Foreign Policy: What's the Plan?
- Josh Rogin - a Washington Post columnist covering foreign policy and national security - @joshrogin
- Brian Hook - John Hay Initiative - @HayInitiative
- Brian Katulis - senior fellow at the Center for American Progress - @Katulis
- Kori Schake - Hoover Institution - @KoriSchake