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International Opinion Review, Mon. Oct 8, 2012: Debates

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Monday Oct 8, 2012

Britain: The Economist

Both candidates seem to have one simple environmental policy: keep out of the way. That is doubtless good for business and the trade balance, but not very good for the battle against global warming. Economist

Taiwan: The China Post

“Are you better off?” Ronald Reagan rhetorically asked the audience during his 1980 debate with President Jimmy Carter. The incumbent Barack Obama and his challenger, Mitt Romney, should each take a lesson from Reagan's performance. The China Post

India: HindustanTimes

America's longest war entered its 12th year Sunday, with the anniversary marked by a Taliban statement claiming that Nato forces are "fleeing Afghanistan" in "humiliation and disgrace". HindustanTimes

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The International Opinion Review is updated every Monday and Friday. The views expressed in the commentaries are those solely of the commentators who may represent any political point of view. The commentaries are not endorsed by the Examiner or Examiner.com who are acting solely as a commentary aggregator for the public interest.

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