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Debate: Obama, meeting with hostile foreign leaders without preconditions

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Is Barack Obama justified in his willingness to talk to foreign leaders without preconditions?

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  • President Kennedy's meetings with Nikita Khrushchev at a time when the two nations were on the brink of nuclear war, and to
  • President Nixon's meeting with China's Mao Zedong, "with the knowledge that Mao had exterminated millions of people."
  • "And yet, we understood that we could advance our national security by at least opening up lines of communication," Obama said. "It's a signal of how badly our foreign policy has drifted over the last eight years."




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