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The American Primary and the Common Foreign and Security of the Republican Party (DIEEEO35-2012)

While international affairs and security did not, usually, show up in the primaries, these issues are increasingly important. Following the lines of Barack Obama when he took a decisive step toward the White House introducing the problem of Pakistan in a televised debate, international affairs today are becoming increasingly important in the debates between the candidates, especially among those with more possibilities.
With the race for the nomination clear for Mitt Romney, especially after the withdrawal of Santorum, we found that the former Massachusetts governor who is not only the most likely to defeat President Obama as the candidate but also the one that best fits to the tenets of the Republican Party.

Author: Alberto Priego

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