Candidate Bush Still Has Some Foreign Policy Cards To PlayAmy Borrus
Ever since his disastrous trade mission to Japan in January, George Bush has avoided foreign policy like the flu. But now, a confluence of urgent diplomatic issues is pushing foreign policy back onto the agenda--and giving the President a new, but risky, opportunity to turn his international expertise to political advantage.
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