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Posted: Thursday, May 24, 2012 8:29 am | Updated: 5:05 pm, Thu May 24, 2012.

Sen. John McCain will be influencing future international leaders at Arizona State University.

The Arizona Republic (http://bit.ly/KS3j2A) reports the 2008 Republican presidential nominee is establishing the McCain Institute for International Leadership.

The McCain Institute, to open in December, will be based in Washington, D.C., but also have a presence at the school's Tempe campus.

McCain is funding the institute with $9 million leftover from his presidential campaign.

McCain says he wants to have a program that will draw American and foreign students. He says the program will stress character-driven leadership and be a place for debate on foreign affairs.

ASU President Michael Crow said in a statement the McCain Institute will fit in perfectly with the school's mission to have a positive impact on the larger community.

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