As the 2016 election draws closer, presidential hopefuls are beginning to stake their opinions about the current U.S. administration. GOP and Democratic contenders alike have found an opportunity to “shake their foreign-policy tail feathers” with regard to the foreign policy negotiations between Iran and the U.N. Security Council in which Iran will begin disarming its nuclear program in exchange for the U.S. providing over $6 million in relief from economic sanctions. As a few GOP candidates hope to bash the foreign policy as a means to occupy airspace and media coverage, other potential candidates are weighing the public response to the negotiation and debating whether or not Iran is worthy of electoral debate. Read more about the foreign policy stances of potential 2016 presidential candidates.
Role of Iran’s Nuclear Agreement in 2016 Presidential Election (Foreign Policy)
January 24, 2014 By 1 Comment