Invitation to All Points: Overseas surveillance

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Some foreign leaders, once eager to rely on U.S. intelligence-gathering in their own struggles against terrorism, have turned on President Obama after reports that NSA surveillance has included watching their citizens and even themselves. Obama says he’s reviewing the balance between security and privacy at home and abroad. Has the U.S. has gone too far, gravely damaging its image abroad and perhaps even its trade relations, or are these foreign protests just empty noise that will soon go away?

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