Clinton and the world

Lief, Louise; Zimmermann, Tim
February 1993
U.S. News & World Report;2/22/93, Vol. 114 Issue 7, p33
Explains that President Bill Clinton's foreign policy emphasizes diplomacy over force, small steps over grand gestures, prudence over boldness and domestic policy over geopolitics. Why Clinton is keeping foreign policy out of the spotlight; His concentration on the United States economy; Details of the Bosnia policy; The implications of not bringing military pressure to bear on Bosnia's Serb militias; US economic sanctions have accomplished little for Haiti; More.


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