Foreign Policy Views of the Candidates for U.S. President 2020 from the Democratic Party
|DESCRIPTION OF VIEWS ON FOREIGN POLICY: JOE BIDEN||5|
|DESCRIPTION OF VIEWS ON FOREIGN POLICY: MICHAEL BLOOMBERG||8|
|DESCRIPTION OF VIEWS ON FOREIGN POLICY: BERNIE SANDERS||10|
|DESCRIPTION OF VIEWS ON FOREIGN POLICY: PETE BUTTIGIEG||12|
|DESCRIPTION OF VIEWS ON FOREIGN POLICY: TULSI GABBARD||14|
|DESCRIPTION OF VIEWS ON FOREIGN POLICY: AMY KLOBUCHAR||16|
|DESCRIPTION OF VIEWS ON FOREIGN POLICY: TOM STEYER||18|
|DESCRIPTION OF VIEWS ON FOREIGN POLICY: ELIZABETH WARREN||19|
In conclusion, the work will merit a certain classification of ideas in foreign policy, according to which candidates for the democratic nomination for U.S. President plan to implement key aspects of foreign policy, economic and environmental ideas and issues related to the use of force. It is important to understand that most of the democrats agree on most issues of foreign policy, but there are a certain number of formalities and features that do not
correspond to the generally accepted ideals that some of them plan to implement after their hypothetical election to the presidency.
It is also worth considering such a factor as age, because becoming the President of such a superpower as the United States, a person bears the burden of huge responsibility and people of age, due to health problems, senility and other reasons, may not be effective enough, are insane and simply are not able to make and implement important foreign policy decisions.
Thus, three of the candidates for more than 75 years, Joe Biden and Michael Bloomberg – 77 years, and Bernie Sanders is 78 years old, Elizabeth Warren – 70, the Stayer – 62 years, Amy Klobuchar – 59 years, while Pete Buttigieg and Tulsi Gabbard is 38 years. Next, we will
analyze the similarities and differences of views on foreign policy of 8 U.S. presidential candidates from the democratic party.
1. On the use of force, democrats have similar views, considering such use a “last resort” when there are no other methods left, placing high hopes on Congress, allowing the possibility of intervention in humanitarian crises; 2. Considering the candidates’ positions
regarding the Middle East, it is worth noting that the majority sees a bilateral solution to the conflict in resolving the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, but Tom Steyer considers it necessary to stop aid to Israel, and Elizabeth Warren wants to resume diplomatic contacts with Palestine.…
- Foreign Policy Views of the Candidates for U.S. President 2020 from the Democratic Party
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