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In the stream of history : shaping foreign policy for a new era

Author: Warren Christopher
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Univ. Pr., 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [Nachdr.]View all editions and formats

A unique window into the inner workings of U.S. diplomacy in Clinton's first term, this book highlights the major foreign policy challenges faced and decisions made in a turbulent era.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Warren Christopher
ISBN: 0804732256 9780804732253 0804734682 9780804734684
OCLC Number: 313369847
Description: XVII, 568 Seiten
Contents: 1. Getting started; 2. Supporting Russian reform; 3. America's commitment to human rights; 4. Building peace in the Middle East; 5. A partnership with Russia; 6. NAFTA and American interests; 7. The new Pacific community; 8. A new NATO: the partnership for peace; 9. Straight talk with Japan; 10. China: a decision to engage; 11. Revitalizing the OECD; 12. Restoring democracy to Haiti; 13. The promise of peace in the Middle East; 14. The Middle East opens for business; 15. Averting a nuclear threat in Korea; 16. NATO expansion; 17. Principles and priorities; 18. A sober approach toward the former Soviet states; 19. A new transatlantic agenda; 20. Engagement with China; 21. Opening relations with Vietnam; 22. Obtaining the resources to lead; 23. Reforming the United Nations; 24. Bringing peace to Bosnia; 25. New momentum for American diplomacy; 26. A new era for the Americas; 27. A democratic and undivided Europe; 28. Diplomacy and the environment; 29. Standing firm with China; 30. The war against terrorism; 31. A new Atlantic community; 32. A changing relationship with Africa; 33. Military force and diplomatic readiness; 34. Bolstering a flagging peace process; 35. China: setting a course of cooperation; 36. A final call to action; 37. Farewell; Epilogue; Organizations and acronyms; Index.
Responsibility: Warren Christopher.


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