Bill Clinton's World Of TroubleAmy Borrus
The Foreign Policy President? Not Bill Clinton. He came into office determined to tackle America's domestic problems. Even after Republicans won control of the Congress in 1994, foreign policy remained largely a sideshow to high-stakes political battles over fiscal and social policy being waged from both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue. Now, suddenly, with disputes flaring up in Asia and Europe, the world stage is looking treacherous for Clinton. The question: Can the President maneuver deftly enough to defuse the spiraling crises?
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