WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- CLINTON'S FOREIGN POLICY. // Foreign Policy;Nov/Dec2000, Issue 121, p18
Comments on the foreign policy of United States President Bill Clinton. Vision of Clinton's foreign policy; Clinton's role in the globalization and universality of human rights; His role in international economic relations.
- Time short for Clinton on world stage... Brown, Justin // Christian Science Monitor;11/2/99, Vol. 91 Issue 236, p2
Asserts that United States President Bill Clinton can still realize many of his foreign policy goals during the remainder of his second term.
- FLIRTING WITH DISASTER. Heilbrunn, Jacob // New Republic;12/02/96, Vol. 215 Issue 23, p28
Focuses on the foreign policy of the administration of U.S. President Bill Clinton. Recommendations for dealing with the problems faced by the U.S. government in other countries; Prevalence of human rights violations in Bosnia; Details of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; Information on the...
- The U.N., the U.S. and the Commission on Human Rights. Urner, Carol Reilley; Roskos, Laura // Peace & Freedom;4/1/2006, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p13
The article discusses the nonalignment of the U.S. government under the leadership of U.S. President George W. Bush with the treaties related to human rights. It mentions that the country has only ratified three of the supposed to be ratified six major treaties, taken un the regime of former...
- Sexual slavery without borders: trafficking for commercial sexual exploitation in India. Joffres, Christine; Mills, Edward; Joffres, Michel; Khanna, Tinku; Walia, Harleen; Grund, Darrin // International Journal for Equity in Health;2008, Vol. 7, Special section p1
Trafficking in women and children is a gross violation of human rights. However, this does not prevent an estimated 800 000 women and children to be trafficked each year across international borders. Eighty per cent of trafficked persons end in forced sex work. India has been identified as one...
- CHINA. // New York Times Upfront;1/12/2009 Supplement, p5
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- Statement on the resolution of the Korean Peninsula submarine incident. Clinton, William J. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;1/6/97, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p2
Presents a statement released by United States President Bill Clinton on December 29, 1996 about North Korea's issuance of an apology for a submarine incident in South Korea in September 1996. North Korea's pledge to prevent the recurrence of such an incident; Reduction of tensions on the...
- Letter to Congressional Leaders Transmitting a Plan and Report on Reorganization of the Foreign Affairs Agencies. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;1/4/99, Vol. 34 Issue 53, p2537
Presents the text of the letter sent by United States President Bill Clinton on December 29, 1998 to Congressional leaders transmitting a plan and report on reorganization of the foreign affairs agencies.
- Has Clinton "Given Away" Taiwan? Koo, George // Chinese American Forum;Oct1998, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p34
The article presents a reprint of the article "Has Clinton Given Away Taiwan?" by George Koo, which appeared in "Pacific News Service." U. S. President Bill Clinton states that his government supports only one China and that there will be no independence as well as no membership in any...