Iran Looms Over Candidates' Foreign Policy Debate

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Dennis Ross, counselor and distinguished scholar, Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Aaron David Miller, vice president, The Wilson Center

Foreign policy takes center stage in 2012's final presidential debate. Whoever wins on November 6th faces difficult challenges on Libya, Syria, China and other issues. At the top of the list: What the U.S. should do about Iran's nuclear ambitions.

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