Clinton's Foreign Policy: A Disaster Waiting To Happen

In the vast foreign affairs firmament, it seemed like just a policy blip. But President Clinton's decision to ease immigration curbs on Haitian refugees--the latest in a long string of flip-flops--will create ripples far beyond the Caribbean. Coming amid a concerted drive to convince allies that the White House has at last found a foreign policy compass, the reversal signals new trouble for Clinton.

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