Hawkish new Obama gets Clinton's policy agreement

Blake, Aaron; Youngman, Sam
August 2007
Hill;8/2/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 95, p1
The article reports on the support given by Senator Hillary Clinton to Senator Barrack Obama's foreign policy in the U.S. Clinton backed Obama's opinion on the necessity to intervene militarily in Pakistan. According to Clinton, she believed that the country needed a tougher, smarter action against terrorism by deploying more troops to Afghanistan and an action against the high-value targets in Pakistan.


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