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Luis Ramirez
November 02, 2012
With much of the Middle East in turmoil, the possibility of a war over Iran’s nuclear program, and a growing al Qaida threat in Africa, the global security challenges facing the U.S. president in the next four years are huge. VOA Pentagon correspondent Luis Ramirez takes a look at different approaches that President Barack Obama and his challenger, Mitt Romney, are presenting in the final days before Americans go to the polls.

Numerous Global Security Challenges Await Next President

Luis Ramirez

Published November 02, 2012

With much of the Middle East in turmoil, the possibility of a war over Iran’s nuclear program, and a growing al Qaida threat in Africa, the global security challenges facing the U.S. president in the next four years are huge. VOA Pentagon correspondent Luis Ramirez takes a look at different approaches that President Barack Obama and his challenger, Mitt Romney, are presenting in the final days before Americans go to the polls.


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