Have you noticed that in the Republican candidate debates, you hear very little about foreign policy. Could it be because of the tremendous success of President Obama in correcting the foreign policy mess that was created during the preceding Bush/Republican administration. After all Osama Bin Laden, the leader of the gang who attacked America on 9/11, was found and killed. Our troops are finally out of Iraq. Maybe we left a shaky Iraq behind us, but eventually they have to find their own way whatever happens. The USA is more respected in the world today than during the Bush administration.
The debates have focused mainly on the economy, and now that the economy is showing signs of revival, what do they have to talk about?