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Voters in the 2016 Presidential election face an unconventional choice. Long gone are the tried and true foreign policy positions voters could count on from Democratic and Republican candidates. In their place are two candidates who represent something different to the electorate. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has expressed a foreign policy vision that embraces a pro-military, muscular approach to the national security challenges the US faces. Far from a progressive set of policies, Clinton has taken positions GOPers can embrace. For his part, Donald Trump has no significant foreign policy experience and has articulated a world view that represents a break with American foreign policy orthodoxy and historic Republican positions. In the pages that follow, the reader will see in clear terms the foreign policy choices they have between Clinton and Trump in the 2016 Presidential Election.
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