By the Foreign Policy 2020 Team

With Super Tuesday in the rear-view mirror, only 3 major candidates are left in the race for the Democratic Nomination: Tulsi Gabbard, Joe Biden, and Bernie Sanders. While these three contenders have a number of stylistic and substantive differences, nowhere is this more clear than in their views on foreign policy.

Given their lengthy careers in Congress, we have compiled a list of key votes taken on foreign policy issues by Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden from 1990-2009. As laid out in the Foreign Policy 2020 introductory post, we have also updated our original infographic to reflect the state of the race. Our previous versions of the infographic can be found at the bottom of the post.

As Senator Sanders and former Vice-President Biden battle for the nomination, we hope to have a number of articles that compare their stated-foreign policy views and shed light on the substantive differences between the candidates.