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Compare the Candidates
on Foreign Policy
Candidates' Positions and Views
for: U.S. Senate, Colorado
November 2004 General Election
Candidates positions and views on other Issues where information is available:
The report below lists the candidate responses to Foreign Policy issue questions. The responses were provided by Wayne Allard, Ben Nighthorse Campbell, Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell, Pete Coors, Victor Good, Finn Gotaas, John R. "Rob" Harris, Richard Randall and Ken Salazar or were obtained from their websites. The candidates select the issues and questions for which they want to provide a response. The first link is a report of all the issues and questions made available to the candidates. Many issues and questions had no responses - links are only provided where we have information. If there are many candidates for this office, you may have to scroll down to compare all responses.
Foreign Policy Wayne Allard - R



Ben Nighthorse Campbell - R



Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell - C



Foreign Policy, a General Statement I realize that the future of our homeland greatly depends on security, trade, freedom, and opportunity beyond the country's borders. I support the Administration's Millennium Challenge Project that provides assistance to developing nations that are pursuing political and economic reforms. I will continue to help those people around the world who are striving to live in a free and democratic society. HUMAN RIGHTS Protection of the human rights was the most important issue when the Founding Fathers established the Union. The United States continues to be a leader of democracy and human rights in the international arena, helping secure the peace, deter aggression, promote rule of law, combat crime and corruption, strengthen democracies, and assist during humanitarian crises. I have worked closely with my colleagues and the current Administration to spread democracy and prevent human rights violations worldwide, regardless of people's political, ethnic, or religious affiliation. With free and fair trade opening up foreign markets, we export our number one commodity--democracy. UNITED NATIONS I believe the U.N should remain true to its initial Charter of serving as an international body aimed at solving international issues through diplomatic means. Over the last several decades, the United Nations has followed a pattern of big government solutions and encroachment on the sovereignty of its member nations. As the investigation of the several U.N. programs continues, I am committed to reforming the U.N.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
   
Foreign Aid I realize that the future of our homeland greatly depends on security, trade, freedom, and opportunity beyond the country's borders. I support the Administration's Millennium Challenge Corporation that provides assistance to developing nations that are pursuing political and economic reforms. If fully implemented, the initiative would represent one of the largest increases in foreign aid spending in history. I will continue to help those people around the world who are striving to live in a free and democratic society.
Source: allard.senate.gov/
public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue
(04/21/2008)
   
North Korea I am very concerned about the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction from countries like Iran and North Korea, and believe that it is one of the greatest threats we face today. The possibility that a terrorist organization may acquire such a weapon grows as more unstable regimes develop weapons of mass destruction. It is my firm believe that the United States must do all it can to stop the spread of these weapons. Although I agree that diplomacy should always be the primary means of negotiation with North Korea, I believe that we must also recognize the reality of situations and understand that further actions may be necessary. North Korea has referred to UN sanctions as a "declaration of war," and their continued disregard for diplomatic attempts made by several nations demonstrates their unwillingness to work with the international community. I believe that this situation in North Korea highlights our country's need for a national missile defense system.
Source: allard.senate.gov/
public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue
(04/21/2008)
   
Promotion of Democracy Around World Protection of the human rights was the most important issue when the Founding Fathers established the Union. The United States continues to be a leader of democracy and human rights in the international arena, helping secure the peace, deter aggression, promote rule of law, combat crime and corruption, strengthen democracies, and assist during humanitarian crises. I have worked closely with my colleagues and the current Administration to spread democracy and prevent human rights violations worldwide, regardless of people's political, ethnic, or religious affiliation. With free and fair trade opening up foreign markets, we export our number one commodity--democracy.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
   
United Nations (UN) I believe the U.N should remain true to its initial Charter of serving as an international body aimed at solving international issues through diplomatic means. Over the last several decades, the United Nations has followed a pattern of big government solutions and encroachment on the sovereignty of its member nations. As the investigation of the several U.N. programs continues, I am committed to reforming the U.N.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
   
Worldwide HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria I support the Administration's efforts to fight the increasing threat presented by the surge of HIV/AIDS and other infections diseases facing the world today. I am confident that the $6.55 billion in U.S. assistance spent in just the last two years to countries in Africa and the Caribbean will make a positive impact. No other country matches our efforts to combat these diseases. I continue to work together with my colleagues and the Administration to monitor the situation and take necessary steps to solve this international crisis.
Source: allard.senate.gov/
public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue
(04/21/2008)
   
These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
Overseas Interventions
Most Important Foreign Policy Issues
China, a General Statement
China as a Threat
China's Human Rights
Cuba, a General Statement
Embargo of Cuba
Asia
India
Latin America (South & Central)
Mexico
Africa
Sudan & Darfur
Nuclear Weapons & Non-Proliferation Treaty
America's Image Abroad
CIA
International Criminal Court (ICC)
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
Nuclear Treaty with India
US Treaties
Nuclear Proliferation & Nuclear Terrorism
Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro
Third World Debt Relief
Russia and Eastern Europe
Europe
Balkans
Burma
G8 (Group of Eight Countries)
Dubai Ports Administration Purchase
Unilateralism
Foreign Policy Pete Coors - R



Website

Victor Good - REF



Website

Finn Gotaas - U



These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
Foreign Policy, a General Statement
Overseas Interventions
Most Important Foreign Policy Issues
China, a General Statement
China as a Threat
China's Human Rights
Cuba, a General Statement
Embargo of Cuba
Foreign Aid
Asia
North Korea
India
Latin America (South & Central)
Mexico
Africa
Sudan & Darfur
Nuclear Weapons & Non-Proliferation Treaty
Promotion of Democracy Around World
America's Image Abroad
CIA
United Nations (UN)
International Criminal Court (ICC)
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
Nuclear Treaty with India
US Treaties
Worldwide HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
Nuclear Proliferation & Nuclear Terrorism
Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro
Third World Debt Relief
Russia and Eastern Europe
Europe
Balkans
Burma
G8 (Group of Eight Countries)
Dubai Ports Administration Purchase
Unilateralism
Foreign Policy John R. "Rob" Harris - I



Website

Richard Randall - L



Website

Ken Salazar - D



Website

These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
Foreign Policy, a General Statement
Overseas Interventions
Most Important Foreign Policy Issues
China, a General Statement
China as a Threat
China's Human Rights
Cuba, a General Statement
Embargo of Cuba
Foreign Aid
Asia
North Korea
India
Latin America (South & Central)
Mexico
Africa
Sudan & Darfur
Nuclear Weapons & Non-Proliferation Treaty
Promotion of Democracy Around World
America's Image Abroad
CIA
United Nations (UN)
International Criminal Court (ICC)
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
Nuclear Treaty with India
US Treaties
Worldwide HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
Nuclear Proliferation & Nuclear Terrorism
Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro
Third World Debt Relief
Russia and Eastern Europe
Europe
Balkans
Burma
G8 (Group of Eight Countries)
Dubai Ports Administration Purchase
Unilateralism
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