Bill Clinton, Foreign Policy PresidentStan Crock
Bill Clinton's whirlwind schedule in New York signaled his unlikely transformation into a foreign policy President. On Oct. 22, the domestic policy maven addressed more than 140 world leaders to celebrate the U.N.'s 50th anniversary. Then came an upbeat round of tte-a-ttes with heads of state, from Russia's Boris Yeltsin and China's Jiang Zemin to Ethiopia's Meles Zenawi and Slovenia's Janez Drnovsek.
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