How foreign policy will shape the tightest elections

There are just a few days left in one of the tightest U.S. Congressional elections in recent memory. With foreign-policy issues at the forefront of voters’ minds, this week’s List takes a look at where the people asking for votes actually stand on issues of vital importance to American foreign policy. From Iraq to immigration ...

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There are just a few days left in one of the tightest U.S. Congressional elections in recent memory. With foreign-policy issues at the forefront of voters' minds, this week's List takes a look at where the people asking for votes actually stand on issues of vital importance to American foreign policy. From Iraq to immigration to trade, this is how the candidates stack up

Plus, don't miss the Web Exclusive on ForeignPolicy.com where FP's editors canvass some of the leading political journalists, policy experts, and Washington insiders for a look at how American foreign policy would change if the Democrats were to take Congress. With so much at stake on November 7, it's worth a read.  

There are just a few days left in one of the tightest U.S. Congressional elections in recent memory. With foreign-policy issues at the forefront of voters’ minds, this week’s List takes a look at where the people asking for votes actually stand on issues of vital importance to American foreign policy. From Iraq to immigration to trade, this is how the candidates stack up

Plus, don’t miss the Web Exclusive on ForeignPolicy.com where FP‘s editors canvass some of the leading political journalists, policy experts, and Washington insiders for a look at how American foreign policy would change if the Democrats were to take Congress. With so much at stake on November 7, it’s worth a read.  

Kate Palmer is deputy managing editor at Foreign Policy.

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