23 May 2016 at 1:16 GMT
The Straits Times
Much of what motivates Americans to vote for Trump and Sanders stems from domestic issues. At first glance, the bombastic tycoon and the rumpled social activist have little in common, but on foreign policy, both point in the same direction. Both have refused to court foreign policy elites. But more deeply, both clearly offer an image of America as a much less engaged global player. Both reject the Washington foreign policy playbook. Hillary Clinton has a far better chance than either of these men of ending up in the White House. But she will now know, after this year's primaries, that the America she might lead will be much less willing to follow her into foreign adventures.
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