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President Obama should focus on three foreign policy challenges, postelection, to finish fights that began on his watch.The next president will have to decide how to rebalance the U.S.-Russia relationship on a longer-term basis, but Obama can help shape the rules for cyberspace.Obama personally discussed cyber issues with Russian President Vladimir Putin in a private meeting during the G-20 summit meeting in China in early September. Obama should continue this delicate process of establishing a framework for mutual cyber deterrence with Russia.Obama has told Asian leaders that he thinks he can muster the votes, if the Republican leadership cooperates.Obama's presidency is almost history, after Tuesday's vote.
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