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Top Candidates for National Security Employees:  Sanders and Buttigieg

Top Candidates for National Security Employees:  Sanders and Buttigieg

This surprising finding comes from Foreign Policy’s C.K. Hickey. Foreign Policy examined how much money was donated to campaign committees from employees of the State Department, the military, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Justice Department, drawing on data from the Center for Responsive Politics. When combining contribution amounts together, Sanders is the biggest...

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Ex-Marine Seth Moulton Focuses on National Security

Ex-Marine Seth Moulton Focuses on National Security

On the Campaign Trail: Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachussetts is an ex-Marine, one of three military veterans in the 2020 Democratic race. If he runs (he says he’s in “exploratory” mode until May), military service and national security issues will be central to his candidacy. Moulton is a self-described moderate. His abortive challenge to House...

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Bernie Sanders: End Disastrous Wars

Bernie Sanders: End Disastrous Wars

On The Campaign Trail: The gruff socialist from Vermont is the quintessential Washington outsider a radical reformer. Along with his foreign policy adviser Matt Duss, he says the 2020 election is an opportunity to “reconceptualize” the global order. In his 2016 bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, Sanders avoided issues of war and peace. Now...

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Tulsi Gabbard’s Crusade Against ‘Regime Change’

Tulsi Gabbard’s Crusade Against ‘Regime Change’

When it comes to issues of war and peace, no 2020 Democratic presidential campaign is more impassioned or articulate than Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii. To be sure, other 2020 Democrats are beginning to speak out on war and peace issues. Elizabeth Warren seeks the mantle of JFK, the insider as reformer. Bernie Sanders puts...

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On the Eve of the Debates, a Guide to the 2020 Democrats on War and Peace

On the Eve of the Debates, a Guide to the 2020 Democrats on War and Peace

WHAT THEY SAY & WHAT THEY WOULD DO MICHAEL BENNET: The Senator from Colorado has been light on foreign policy, but stands with our allies and criticizes reckless military spending…..MORE ON BENNET JOE BIDEN: The former Vice President was among the more dovish of President Obama’s aides but he sees no need for fundamental reform...