Editorial: Obama's choice is sound on defense
President-elect Barack Obama has made a wise decision in getting Defense Secretary Robert Gates to stay on with the next administration. In addition, Obama has selected a retired Marine general to serve as the national security adviser.
Both moves will be beneficial to the new young president-elect, who has a thin foreign policy resume and no military experience.
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