Presidential Debate Winner: Romney Wins on the Issue of Pakistan
Pakistan was one of few countries discussed at length during the final presidential debate about foreign policy. Clearly, one candidate's argument was stronger than the others in regards to the way we should deal with our weakening relations with Pakistan.
Romney was very insistent about how the United States needs to focus on building a new relationship and including Pakistan in their future plans. He insisted how Pakistan needs to be a key ally if they want to pull out their troops from Afghanistan.
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