Romney’s Bush 2.0 foreign policy and America’s international reputation
The American Conservative’s Daniel Larison writes that Romney may not wreck U.S. favorability with other governments.

Wall Street Journal blasts Clinton for silence on Libya attack that she discussed in WSJ interview

Daily Kos’s Timothy Lange proposes media bias over the hold of Libya responsibility quotes from Hillary Clinton.

A presidency squandered
National Review’s Victor D. Hanson questions whether circumstances have really conspired against President Obama.

The amazing story of what happened in Libya

The Atlantic’s Garance Franke-Ruta takes another angle on who is responsible for Libya.


Gallup’s daily poll finds 50 percent of likely voters prefer Romney

The new Gallup poll released Tuesday sees President Obama with only 46 percent of likely voters, The Hill’s Daniel Strauss reports.

Appeals court tosses conviction of former driver for bin Laden

The U.S. federal court reversed the 2008 conviction of a Yemeni man on Tuesday, The Hill’s Carlo Munoz reports.