December 1993
New Republic;12/13/93, Vol. 209 Issue 24, p9
Criticizes U.S. President Bill Clinton for failing to make any vigorous expression of American commitment to human rights during a meeting with Chinese leader Jiang Zemin during the Pacific Rim Summit in Seattle, Washington. China's systematic violation of human rights; Clinton's comments that betrays a poor grasp of diplomacy and a naive grasp of dictatorship; Concerns about the economist inclination of the Clinton Administration's foreign policy; Claim of the administration that its aim in foreign policy is an enlargement of democracy around the world.


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