Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney published his foreign policy strategy: "An American Century -- A Strategy to Secure America's Enduring Interests and Ideals."
James Joyner has read it and says "Romney's Realist Foreign Policy Is a Lot Like Obama's": "Like Romney himself, it's not particularly exciting. Nor, thankfully, is it frightening."
According to Rachel Maddow, Romney's co-chair for counter-proliferation, Robert Joseph, was responsible for including the 16 words about Saddam seeking uranium from Africa into President George W. Bush's Iraq speech. Cofer Black, Eliot Cohen, and Robert Kagan are on board as special advisors.
Romney wants an "American century" and some of his advisors have been part of the Project for a New American Century ...
Nile Gardiner from Heritage is co-chair for Europe. The other co-chair is Kristen Silverberg, Chief Operating Officer at Vorbeck Materials; Ambassador to the European Union (2008-2009). I wish he would have advisors with a bit more experience. I can think of a few such think tankers in Washington.
What do you think? To whom should the Republican presidential candidates turn to for advice on Europe, or on foreign policy in general? Which think tankers or former officials would make the best national security and foreign policy advisors for a Republican president?