The GOP's New Foreign-Policy Populism

The rifts within the Republican Party are not going away any time soon.

Issue: March-April 2016

In his parliamentary novel Phineas Redux, Anthony Trollope observed, “The apostle of Christianity and the infidel can meet without the chance of a quarrel, but it is never safe to bring together two men who differ about a saint or a surplice.” It’s an observation that captures the current state of the Republican party.

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