Elizabeth Warren has promised "big, structural change" on a range of issues related to the economy. Warren has a plan for foreign policy, too, but it appears to be scarcely different from that of the last Democrat to occupy the White House.
A close examination of Warren's newly assembled team of international advisors presents little hope of change from the military interventionism, regime change strong-arming and drone warfare that characterized the administration of President Barack Obama.
Earlier this month, Warren foreign policy aide Sasha Baker revealed a list of 34 "friends, colleagues, and advisors" that formed the foundation of the candidate's foreign policy team. For the first time, observers were offered a clear window into what US foreign policy might look like under a Warren presidency.
According to CNN, these self-described foreign policy professionals have worked through "group text chains and conference calls where they brainstorm responses to urgent international events, help draft campaign statements and policy papers, and flag development."