November 1994
New Republic;11/7/94, Vol. 211 Issue 19, p9
Describes the foreign policy of Russia in relation to U.S. foreign policy. Similarity in the foreign policies of France and Russia as they relate to U.S. foreign policy objectives; Analysis on the reasons of Russia for attempting to thwart U.S. foreign policy objectives in Serbia, Yugoslavia and Iraq; Rejection of the notion of pinning U.S. foreign policy to United Nations Security Council resolutions.


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