If you were President what would your policy be with regards to Venezuela?
What is your Middle Eastern policy with regards to the Iran deal and Israel/Palestine relations?
Do you have a position on the bipartisan legislation to criminalize support for the BDS movement?
What would your policy be in Afghanistan?
What's your time frame for removing all the troops from Afghanistan? Syria?
Do you support getting troops off the Korean peninsula?
What’s your foreign policy philosophy?
What do you intend to do with troops in Afghanistan?
What is the best thing for the US to do about the situation in Afghanistan?
Should we do nation building to make it safer in the places where refugees come from?
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What are your views on drone warfare?
How would your service in Afghanistan inform your foreign policy?
What should the US be doing with Maduro?
The Trump administration is reportedly planning to withdraw about half of the 14,000 troops in Afghanistan. Do you agree with this approach?
What is your take on the situation in Venezuela and how would you respond if you were President?
What would your posture be towards the world leaders who violate human rights?
What are your views on foreign policy, like the Iran Deal and the Paris Accord?
Pete discusses the failures of American foreign policy in the Trump administration.
Pete explains how the future of American foreign policy can meet the challenges and opportunities in world politics in the 21st century.
Pete explains the third pillar of his foreign policy framework: American relationships.
Pete lays out what the tasks for the next president will be in American foreign policy.
Pete explains why the Iran deal was a success and should be rejoined.
Pete explains how we should proceed in North Korea.
Pete explains his foreign policy approach to Russia.
Pete lays out his foreign policy approach to Latin America.
Pete lays out his foreign policy approach to the African continent.
Pete explains why investment in our democracy and shared prosperity at home is critical to our success in relation to China.
Pete explains his foreign policy approach to Saudi Arabia.
Pete explains his foreign policy approach to Israel and Palestine.
Pete explains why and how we should ground American foreign policy in the needs of local communities.
Pete reflects on how his time serving in Afghanistan informed his philosophy on foreign policy.
Since Qassem Soleimani was a "threat" to the US, does Trump deserve some credit for killing him?
The chairman of the joint chiefs has said there was evidence of a "significant campaign of violence" against Americans planned. If you received that information as president, do you think you would have ordered the strike against Soleimani?
Some of your competitors have called the attack "an assassination." Would you consider the killing of Soleimani an assassination?
Do you think you have better judgement on foreign policy than Joe Biden?
Since you share youth and military experience with Tulsi Gabbard but disagree with her on foreign policy issues, is that experience enough to guide your foreign policy judgement?
How would you ensure that US taxpayer dollars won't be used to fund annexation?
Would you also consider conditioning US aid to Israel to stop or slow future West Bank settlement construction?
How can we use US leadership to make life better for the people of Gaza even as we're dealing with the threat of Hamas?
How would you move forward in diplomacy with Iran after Trump's abandonment of the JCPOA?
You called Trump's decision to pull troops from Syria and abandon the Kurds "shameful." If you were to pull troops out of Syria, how could you ensure US allies like the Kurds would be protected?
Would you keep US service members in Syria if you were president?
If you were commander in chief, would you consider using military force against NATO ally Turkey to protect the Kurds?
How would you respond to the attack on the Saudi oil fields and the threat of war from Iran?
If you were in the Oval Office, how would you deal with the recent drone attacks on the Saudi oil facilities?
What do you think of the French proposal to ease sanctions and offer credit lines to get Iran back into the nuclear deal?
What did you mean when you said "the best way not to be caught up in endless wars is to avoid starting one in the first place" in the third Democratic debate?
What is your reaction to the reporting on Afghanistan known as the Afghanistan Papers?
What is your response to this "Phase One" trade deal with China?
Are we in a populist or nationalist time around the world?
Would you have the US re-enter the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)?
How would your administration negotiate trade in a way that brings success for American industry?
How would you cooperate with countries that view homosexuality as a sin and a crime punishable by death?
As president, what would you do to create a better trade relationship with Beijing?
Is Trump lying when he says we're "taking in billions from China"?
What do we do to contain the threat of Russia?
What are you going to do about US policy around the Cuba embargo and US policy around Venezualen refugees?
How much harder will it be to negotiate pacts with other countries after Trump?
What would your policy be in dealing with China with respect to the current trade war and the protests in Hong Kong?
Is putting together a Asian Pacific alliance that doesn't involve China the best way to confront China?
As commander-in-chief what will you do differently from President Trump?
As a veteran are you more reticent to use military force? How do you find the line between actually deploying troops versus sending a stern message to our foes?
What is your plan for Afghanistan?
If you become president, do we have troops on the ground in Afghanistan in 2024?
What needs to be done to calm tensions in Hong Kong?
What do you make about how President Trump is handling the situation in Hong Kong?
How would you stand up against China?
What would "targeted military action" in Syria look like?
What are your personal standards for when to send troops into harm's way?
What would you do as president regarding the situation with Iran?
If you're president how do you respond to the fact that the Amazon is burning?
What is your view on the approach to Iran?
When should the United States send troops overseas?
How would you respond to an act of war from Russia?
What would your approach be in Afghanistan?
What do you think of the trade war and tariff battle with China?
Under what circumstances would you consider the use of military force?