Romney's Team Suggests Foreign Policy Similar To Elder Bush

Advisors close to Mitt Romney signal tough but pragmatic global policies if he takes office.

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The gurus advising Mitt Romney suggest the presumptive GOP nominee would be more in line with the pragmatic George H.W. Bush than the 41st president's hawkish son on the global stage.

Romney has mostly populated his list of national security and foreign policy advisers with veterans of Washington policy debates, though several insiders noted the inclusion of several fresh faces.

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