Conservative vs. liberal foreign policy

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Conservative vs. liberal foreign policy.

Conservative foreign policy parameters are formulated by hardheaded economic and business interests, and military-strategic interests to defend those bread and butter economic interests on which a nation depends.

Liberal foreign policy is driven by newspeak, emotion, the ever-changing winds of public opinion, and a thin veil of Marxist theory.

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