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December 1, 2009
Obama, Gates fortunate to have Petraeus
This top general has the ears and eyes of the world. He also has the intellectual ability and on-the-ground knowledge to improve the AFPAK situation - if he can keep the attention of the president and defense sec. Persistent rumors of a Petraeus presidential run probably do not benefit his military career or the USA's opportunities to better the situation.
3:23 PM ET
December 21, 2009
Get a new FP 100
Frankly, I'm not impressed by the answers of your FP 100. They show some real ignorance of world affairs, obvious ideological bias, and a clear focus on immediate issues at the expense of important ones. Of your "selected answers," I found not one thoughtful, wise, insightful response.
Also the question about the "most dangerous country in the world" can be interpreted one of two ways, and that shows in the answers. Did you mean, most dangerous to others, or most dangerous to live in?
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