Candidates Make Subtle Jabs on Foreign Policy

The presidential candidates laid out their visions of

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The presidential candidates laid out their visions of America's role in the world while making subtle political jabs at one another in dueling foreign policy speeches shaped by protests in the Middle East and their closely fought campaign. (Sept. 25)

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