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The debate for the world: US foreign policy debate!

October 22, 2012

By Jean-wislySimon

Lynn University tonight, in Boca Raton Florida, will be the center of our universe as far as American politics and democracy are concerned. President Obama and Governor Romney will debate foreign policy. Although we know the economy plays a big role in this election, we also understand that foreign policy decisions guide US policies throughout the world.

Maybe that is the reason why leaders around the world start paying a close attention to what the candidates have to say. They see the polls, perhaps! Are they getting anxious? Here is what The Washington Post said, “Around the world, perceptions of Obama-Romney contest lag reality.”

The world is watching, no surprise! In the United Kingdom, BBC News said, “US election debate: Candidates to spar on foreign policy.” Have you ever thought about the importance of foreign policy as a voter?

Let’s come back to US. Let’s read this article in the NewYork Times, “Ohio Race Tightens in New Poll…” But Mr. Obma is leading, according to this article.

Last but not the least; we would suggest you see as well, “The Final fight “from The Huffington Post. Now, we don’t have any doubt you figure out why the foreign policy debate is crucial in American Politics. By the way, constitutionally, it’s one of the President duties.

We want you to see the full picture. We expect you to be well informed…Then, we encourage you to vote. It’s your duty!

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