Judis, John B.
February 1992
New Republic;2/24/92, Vol. 206 Issue 8, p18
Analyses the role of United States national security affairs adviser Brent Scowcroft in designing the foreign policies of the U.S. Reasons why Scowcroft is one of the most respected members of President George Bush's administration; Foreign policy issues where Scowcroft have played major roles; Information that Scowcroft reinforced Bush's determination not to allow the massacre at Tiananmen Square to disturb relations of the U.S. with China's brutal gerontocracy; Promotion of the doctrine of realism by Scowcroft to the post-cold war world; Criticism of the U.S. Congress by Scowcroft, for its attempt to prevent the former U.S. administrations of Henry Truman and Dwight D. Eisenhower from drawing Communist Yugoslavia into an anti-Soviet alliance; Personal background of Scowcroft.


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