How the Obama-Romney Foreign-Policy Debate Could Determine the Election (Guest Voice)

October 2012
Moderate Voice;10/22/2012, p9
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The article discusses the significance of the foreign policy debate between U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama and Mitt Romney on the results of the 2012 election.


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