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Shifting gears, Obama meets foreign policy advisers

Defends Biden's 'international challenge' remark

On the campaign trail in Leesburg, Va., yesterday, Senator Barack Obama said the next president cannot view the economy and the world stage in isolation. On the campaign trail in Leesburg, Va., yesterday, Senator Barack Obama said the next president cannot view the economy and the world stage in isolation. (Joe Raedle/ Getty Images)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / October 23, 2008

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RICHMOND - Senator Barack Obama yesterday sought to reinsert international affairs into a presidential campaign that for weeks has been dominated by the economic crisis, staging a high-profile meeting with foreign policy advisers and defending his running mate's comments that Obama would probably be tested by a crisis early in his presidency. (Full article: 722 words)

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