If you blinked, you might have missed it.
Across the five hours of Democratic primary debates split between two nights this week, the Democratic presidential hopefuls discussed the future of U.S. foreign policy for no more than 25 minutes.
Other policy areas had it worse. There were no questions either night on Puerto Rico, for example, or LGBT issues, or reproductive rights. But the scant attention to foreign policy was striking precisely because it’s the area in which a president has the mos [...]