(Voice of America) – In U.S. presidential politics, the economy and jobs are expected to dominate next year’s election. But many of the Republicans running for their party’s presidential nomination have some strong views on foreign policy and they are making them known as the campaign rolls on.
The latest entrant into the presidential race is Texas Governor Rick Perry, who has served as governor for more than 10 years. But like most of his rivals for the Republican Party nomination, he has little experience in foreign policy.
During a recent visit to the early presidential contest state of Iowa, Perry left little doubt that he has strong views on U.S. relations with Israel and on national security in general.
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