By Erin Rodewald // September 19, 2016
(This article originally appeared at The Philos Project)
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. What distinguishes these presidential candidates on foreign policy and what should voters be looking for?
More than a few Americans are struggling to make sense of this year’s presidential election and the choice that awaits them at the ballot box in November. After a grueling primary season, voters are left with two of the most unpopular candidates in modern history. Hillary Clinton, who has long had her eye on the country’s top job, enters the final weeks of the campaign with a 55.4 percent unfavorable rating, according to a recent Real Clear Politics poll. Her opponent, businessman Donald Trump, fairs even worse, with a rating of nearly 60 percent.