Clinton's challenges

Feuilherade, Peter
December 1996
Middle East;Dec96, Issue 262, p7
Focuses on the foreign relations challenges faced by US President Bill Clinton in the Middle East with emphasis on the search for peace. Absence of a definite foreign policy for Clinton' second term; Dual containment of Iran and Iraq; Dispute between Israelis and Palestinians.


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