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In candidates' approaches, clear contrast

The initial reactions of Barack Obama and John McCain to Russia's incursion into Georgia could offer an insight into their different approaches to foreign policy. The initial reactions of Barack Obama and John McCain to Russia's incursion into Georgia could offer an insight into their different approaches to foreign policy.
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / August 12, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Senator John McCain, who has met the Republic of Georgia's president and whose chief foreign policy adviser has lobbied for the country, responded to the news Friday with visceral anger, condemning Russian forces' crossing into Georgia and warning of "grave" repercussions in long-term relations between Moscow and Washington. (Full article: 1124 words)

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