Truth Out has the article Where Is Elizabeth Warren’s Fire in the Realm of Foreign Policy?
Like on economic policy, the two candidates both want to see a more left-wing approach to foreign policy, but they differ in their degree of radicalism. But by looking at their voting record, their staffing and their public leadership, it is clear that Sanders is offering a deeper critique of the US foreign policy order, whereas Warren has a far less radical vision that hews closer to the Democratic Party’s traditional liberal norms.
Zaid Jilani is right about what he says in this article. But even Bernie is getting weaker in his old age.
I always knew that Warren was weak on foreign policy, but I had hopes she would learn. She has learned a little, but she is way too slow.
Bernie has been right for most of the last 40 years, but he seems to be forgetting some things he used to know. Bernie isn’t quite as strong on anti-imperialism as he used to be, unfortunately. Tulsi Gabbard is good on a lot of foreign policy issues, but even she isn’t perfect.
So far, I can still support Bernie. Elizabeth Warren has a lot to make up for before I could consider supporting her again.