Which candidate should YOU trust to handle the living dead?

Greetings from Great Britain, land of delicious clotted cream and no campaign ads.  In other words, pure bliss. On this electuon day, I’m glad to see that others here at Foreign Policy are thinking about the possible catastrophes that might befall our next leader.  I see that "rise of the undead" was not listed among ...

Greetings from Great Britain, land of delicious clotted cream and no campaign ads.  In other words, pure bliss.

On this electuon day, I'm glad to see that others here at Foreign Policy are thinking about the possible catastrophes that might befall our next leader.  I see that "rise of the undead" was not listed among those possible catastrophes, however. 

Fortunately, Jeffrey Goldberg is on the case.  For his Bloomberg column we chatted about whether Obama or Romney or someone else would be the better leader to fight the undead menace.  Read the whole thing to see our takes.  And happy election day! 

Greetings from Great Britain, land of delicious clotted cream and no campaign ads.  In other words, pure bliss.

On this electuon day, I’m glad to see that others here at Foreign Policy are thinking about the possible catastrophes that might befall our next leader.  I see that "rise of the undead" was not listed among those possible catastrophes, however. 

Fortunately, Jeffrey Goldberg is on the case.  For his Bloomberg column we chatted about whether Obama or Romney or someone else would be the better leader to fight the undead menace.  Read the whole thing to see our takes.  And happy election day! 

Daniel W. Drezner is a professor of international politics at Tufts University’s Fletcher School. He blogged regularly for Foreign Policy from 2009 to 2014. Twitter: @dandrezner

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