If you watched the final debate of the 2012 presidential election last night you know the topic was foreign policy and the stakes couldn’t have been higher. I took part in HuffPost Live’s After Party to discuss how President Obama and Gov. Romney did. Check out the conversation here and watch the analysis below:
In the days following the shooting at a Wisconsin Sikh temple, neither President Obama nor Mitt Romney visited the families of the victims. As HuffPost Live host Ahmed Shihab-Eldin noted, this kind of political inattention can perpetuate Islamophobia and racism against brown people. Check out the conversation and read deeper here. And watch the segment below:
Since the killing of Osama bin Laden, President Obama and his fellow Democrats have touted their foreign defense strength — a big change given Republicans’ traditional strength in that area.
In this recent segment of HuffPost Live, I speak with host Marc Lamont Hill about the new hawkishness in the Democratic Party and whether that will help them win in November. Given that the third presidential debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney will focus on foreign policy, this couldn’t be more relevant.
With drone strikes and the killing of Osama bin Laden, President Obama may have proved “enhanced interrogation techniques” are unnecessary to collect actionable intelligence. So why has Mitt Romney said he would revive torture if he were elected president?
That’s the topic of my latest @HuffPost segment. Hear what I and others have to say about it in this discussion hosted by my colleague Mike Sacks:
And to read more about the topic and see what others had to say, check out the entire segment here.