Romney certainly hasn't given it much thought. So, why should you do his homework for him? Huh?
If you do want a summary of Romney's foreign policy, the go-to guy is Kevin Drum who has listed the ten salient points drawn from Romney's VMI speech. You can ignore the first six -- they coincide precisely with Obama's foreign policy. The 7th is pretty much a straight-out lie.
Beyond that, Ol' Dog-on-the-roof or Mr. Copy Cat -- whichever works best for you -- would like a cosy relationship with Netanyahu, unlike President Obama. And beyond that, he doesn't want to cut a penny out of the military budget and he'd like to get into Syria and tell 'em where to get off. Drone strikes, Gitmo, the rest of our residual malignancies will stay as they are, untreated.
Aside from a return to George Bush levels of bluster, then, Romney plans to outsource our policy toward Israel to Benjamin Netanyahu. He'll take a defense budget that's already fantastically higher than any other country in the world and add a couple trillion dollars to it. And he'll supply arms to the rebels in Syria.
Will he close Guantanamo? End drone strikes? Issue an executive order banning the assassination of U.S. citizens overseas? Speak up against torture? Reform the military tribunal process? Nope. He appears to think everything is hunky dory on those fronts.
Bottom line: Romney will buy more ships, never disagree with Benjamin Netanyahu, and arm the Syrian rebels. If you're impressed by that, I'd guess that Romney's your man. I'd also guess that you're easily impressed. ...Kevin Drum, MoJo
Beyond that, the Virginia Military Institute speech as "Mitt Romney's Most Dishonest Speech." That's from Fred Kaplan at Slate, recommended by Kevin Drum.
... It was astonishing to watch Romney spin a daydream of himself as some latter-day George Marshall, bringing peace, prosperity, and hope to a chaotic world—this from a man who couldn’t drop in on the London Olympics without alienating our closest ally and turning himself into a transcontinental laughingstock. ...Kaplan, Slate
Kaplan makes a good point there.