Tomorrow is the last Romney-Obama debate. It's supposed to be about "foreign policy". For a superpower with world wide interests, this is a fairly important subject. So what should they talk about? Here is my list.
1. Iranian nuclear program. How bad would a nuclear Iran be? What should we do to stop the Iranians from getting the bomb? We have managed to crash their centrifuge computers and their currency. Can we go farther and destabilize the mullahs, bringing on a third Iranian revolution? If worse comes to worse do we have the stones to do a regime change on them?
2. China and the South China Sea. China is claiming ownership of some worthless rocks in the South China Sea as a way of pushing out the Philippines, the Viet Namese, the Japanese and the Koreans from oil exploration in the region. Should we let the Chinese push our friends around? Should we tell China where to get off?
3. How much military strength do we need to maintain the Pax Americana? Let's talk real numbers here, numbers of Army and Marine divisions, Air Force squadrons, Navy ships.
4. Can we sign the outstanding free trade agreements which objections by US union have stalled?
5. How hard do we want to bash China on currency manipulation and trade? It wouldn't be hard to start a trade war here. Who would get hurt worse, us or them?
6. Do we just let the Arab Spring stew in its own juice, or do we try to restore some kind of order over there?
Wanna bet they waste the evening talking about Benghazi and who knew what and when did they know it?