What Dole's Foreign Policy Would Look Like

A tougher military posture, a tilt toward China, stability for business

When Bob Dole delivered the first major foreign policy speech of his Presidential campaign, he showed both the perils and promise of his global approach. Behind the scenes, his advisers were squabbling over his Asia policy. Should he call for stern conditions on U.S.-China trade? How specific should he be in defining U.S.-Asia relations?

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