March 1995
New Republic;3/13/95, Vol. 212 Issue 11, p9
Criticizes both the Republicans in the U.S. Congress and the Democratic administration of President Bill Clinton for their stand on the country's foreign policy. Bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives which seeks to diminish or deny U.S. participation in United Nations peacekeeping missions abroad; Opposition of Republicans to globalism; Explanation that the isolationism of the Republicans and the internationalism of the Democrats under Clinton administration are both motivated by the desire not to project U.S. power abroad.


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