05/09/12: Newsweek features an opinion piece by Leslie Gelb on whether Mitt Romney can bring together the many different schools of thought within the Republican Party on foreign policy. He sheds light on the infighting over which school will have the most influence over the presumptive nominee, fighting openly on Afghan policy and edging toward an ever broader national security squabble. This is unusual, Gelb points out; usually quite disciplined about quieting their foreign policy splits. We are also in unfamiliar territory, he says, in that the Democrats are stronger on these issues than they've been in a long time. Gelb predicts, assuming Romney can unify the GOP's factions, that the new Romney/GOP foreign policy will be surplus of tough talk, excessive military spending, and great caution in getting involved in new and extended land wars.