Richard Lugar

U.S. Senator Richard Lugar (R) joins Co-chairman and chief executive officer of the Nuclear Threat Initiative, Sam Nunn at the National Defense University in Washington, on December 3, 2012.

Former GOP senator says now is no time for the US to create global instability

Foreign leaders are wondering what the heck US politicians are doing. That’s according to former Republican Senator Richard Lugar. He says foreign leaders are telling him now isn’t the time for the US to have an internal tiff with global complications.

Experts say foreign policy largely irrelevant when U.S. voters head to ballot box

Indiana’s Republican primary may see another moderate lose his seat

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2012 US Election: Does Foreign Policy Experience Matter?

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Lugar Loses Primary to Tea Party-backed Challenger

Republican Senator Dick Lugar of Indiana has been in the Senate for more than 35 years and until this election cycle, he had not once  been forced to run a primary campaign. But Indiana voters cast their ballot yesterday in a high-profile GOP primary contest that pitted Sen. Lugar against Tea Party-backed challenger, and eventual winner, […]

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Hoosiers Vote: Should Republicans Work with the President?

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The idea of bipartisanship is being put before Indiana voters on Tuesday. Republican Senator Richard Lugar has been known for his ability to reach across the aisle. His opponent is using that against him and has opened a big lead in the polls.

Tuesday’s Indiana Primary May be Dick Lugar’s Last

The Indiana Tea Party may force out six-term Senator Dick Lugar in the primary Tuesday. We take a look at the events contributing to conservative candidate Richard Mourdock’s successful campaign.

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1996 Presidential Candidates Profile Series: Indiana Senator Richard Lugar

Agriculture reform is at the vanguard of Lugar’s vision for America under his leadership. Peter Maloff of New Hampshire Public Radio reports.