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Foreign Policy Stokes Clinton-Obama Rivalry

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Foreign Policy Stokes Clinton-Obama Rivalry

Election 2008

Foreign Policy Stokes Clinton-Obama Rivalry

Foreign Policy Stokes Clinton-Obama Rivalry

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A scrap developed this week between the presidential campaigns of Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

In Monday night's Democratic debate, the two senators traded sharp words after Obama, responding to a question, said he would be willing to meet with foreign dictators without preconditions.

Now, there is a full-fledged squabble between the campaigns over foreign policy and experience.