Lane, Charles
July 1996
New Republic;7/29/96, Vol. 215 Issue 5, p15
Profiles U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher. Manner in which he handled the peace negotiation between Syria and Israel; Description of his personality; Overview of his political and social views; His views on the management of U.S. interests in China; Attitude toward the creation of a U.S. foreign policy for a new world order; Strategy adopted by Christopher in dealing with the threat posed by the Soviet Union.


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