Administration family feud

Zimmermann, Tim
November 1993
U.S. News & World Report;11/29/93, Vol. 115 Issue 21, p38
Says that, according to the State Department's Agency for International Development, if the United States directs more foreign aid to promoting open economic and political systems, sound health policies and environmental protection the world would have fewer disasters like Bosnia and Somalia. Sustainable development; Prevention the name of the game; White House budget cutters gutting State Department's new development policies; Work of Vice President Al Gore; White House commitments.


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