Democratic US 2020 election presidential candidates debate during the second night of the first Democratic presidential candidates debate in Miami, Florida [File: Mike Segar/Reuters]

Washington, DC – The United States 2020 Democratic primary candidates have largely avoided discussing foreign policy issues in much detail, and when they do, it can be difficult to distinguish their positions.

“[I don’t] have much of an idea of what they think,” said Michael Walzer, a political theorist and author of A Foreign Policy for the Left, of the 25 candidates’ foreign policy platforms. 

One reason candidates don’t discuss foreign policy with much depth or frequency is that they don’t necessarily have political incentives to do so, according to John Feffer, director of the Foreign Policy In Focus think-tank at

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