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Jim Cole, Associated Press
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, shakes hands as she arrives for a business luncheon at the Barley House with New Hampshire Republican lawmakers, Tuesday, April 28, 2015, in Concord, N.H.

CONCORD, N.H. — In a swing through New Hampshire, Carly Fiorina (fee-or-EE'-nah) is laying out specifics ideas for how the United States should deal with Russian aggression. They include conducting military exercises in the Baltic states and rebuilding a missile defense system in Poland.

Fiorina, the only female Republican considering a presidential bid, is trying to use her experience as the former leader of an international company to bolster her foreign policy credentials. She ran Hewlett-Packard for nearly six years but was forced out in 2005.

She often says she has met more world leaders than any other potential White House candidate except Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton. Fiorina has never held elected office.

She is putting her chance of running a presidential bid at 98 percent.