Romney Lays Out Foreign Policy in Virginia

The Takeaway
Speaking at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia, Republic presidential nominee Mitt Romney gave a key foreign policy address Monday afternoon. His focus was primarily on the Middle East. In the speech, Romney laid out his plan to take the United States back to an earlier era in global affairs with what one of his policy advisers later described as "the restoration of a strategy that served us well for 70 years." Details on what Romney's particular strategy is, though, remain unclear. David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times, provides analysis.
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