November 7, 2012

Abroad, Obama's Win Brings Demands for Attention

Alan Cowell, New York Times

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World leaders on Wednesday sought comfort from the familiar after President Obama’s re-election but, with the global political landscape substantially unchanged, competed for his attention and favor as he embarks on a second term with many major issues unresolved from the first.

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TAGGED: Iran, Israel, Hu Jintao, China, Barack Obama, United States, 2012

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