November 6, 2012

Why the World Would Vote for Obama

Joseph Stiglitz, Project Syndicate

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Most people around the world will not be able to vote in the United States's upcoming presidential election, even though they have a great deal at stake in the result. Overwhelmingly, non-US citizens favor Barack Obama’s re-election over a victory for his challenger, Mitt Romney. There are good reasons for this.

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