Wednesday's global agenda: New questions on Libya

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China edged out the U.S. as the top foreign-investment draw this year. [The Wall Street Journal]

America shows no sign of paring down its kill list, regardless of who the next president is. [The Washington Post]

U.S. shifts gears, backs calls for new government in Lebanon. [The Wall Street Journal]

U.S. ally South Korea is taking on an expanded role in international security. [Council on Foreign Relations Press]

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BBC global poll has Obama beating Romney by a landslide

White House open to one-on-one talks with Iranians over nuclear program

Cantor accuses Obama of ignoring law on abortion, Jerusalem


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