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What should the united states foreign policy with Osama Bin Laden look like? I don't understand what this means and what the answer is...plz help

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    Foreign policy is the way our government deals with a foreign country. It's stretching that definition to include one individual who doesn't lead any government.

    Your question is asking what you think the United States should do about Osama bin Laden.

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