STANFORD, Calif. Hillary Clinton, drawing a sharp contrast with Republican governmental prospects in the wake of the Brussels terror attacks, cautioned Tuesday in a counter-terrorism policy address that in the fight against ISIS, America needs to rely on what actually works not bluster that alienates our partners and doesn t make us any more secure.The Democratic front-runner s require a thorough method aimed to highlight the previous secretary of state s international experience with terrorism issues while providing a plain contrast to two Republican presidential candidates Sen. Ted Cruz and Donald Trump who released incendiary statements in the wake of the carnage.