Dmitry Medvedev

Come the general election, Mitt Romney's stance on foreign policy matters in places like Iran will be heavily examined. (credit: Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images)

Romney’s Foreign Policy May Mean Hardball Is Back

With the presidential nomination all but locked up, an examination of Mitt Romney’s foreign policy pronouncements and the team advising him on those issues indicates Americans and the world might expect a Republican campaign that reprises the hawkish and often unilateral foreign policy prescriptions that guided Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush.


Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks during campaign rally at NuVasive, Inc. on March 26, 2012 in San Diego, Calif. (credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Romney: Obama Cozying Up To The Kremlin

Sharpening his attacks, Mitt Romney on Tuesday accused President Barack Obama of trying to ingratiate himself with the Kremlin as part of a pattern of “breathtaking weakness'” in foreign policy.