Picture of the Day: Herman Cain's Facebook Foreign Policy

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The above image is a concise summation of how Herman Cain sees other countries around the world. As we know, there have been some questions about his talents in this area.

Featuring such appraisals as "Pakistan: Danger and Opportunity," the infograpic overlays all those interpretations on a map that purports to show "the density of Facebook connections" between countries in the world. It comes from a .pdf brochure on Cain's foreign-policy stances, which can be found on his campaign website. The brochure is two pages long; the above image comprises the second.

Image credit: Friends of Herman Cain

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Chris Good is a political reporter for ABC News. He was previously an associate editor at The Atlantic and a reporter for The Hill.

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