Clinton's indecision

September 1994
Nature;9/1/1994, Vol. 371 Issue 6492, p2
Academic Journal
Opinion. Proposes that United States President Bill Clinton's indecision on the Cuban refugee crisis reflects on his leadership in international affairs. Reasoning that he will not allow Cuban President Fidel Castro to dictate US immigration policy; Clinton's lack of capacity to anticipate the future.


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