Foreign Policy Lurks in Campaign: Bosnia, Middle East, N. Ireland Are Potential Land Mines
Strobel, Warren P., The Washington Times (Washington, DC)
For President Clinton, the good news on the foreign policy front is that there are no dead American soldiers lying in the mud and mountains of Bosnia.
Barring a grinding, inconclusive war of the type that pushed Lyndon Baines Johnson from office, foreign policy is likely to play its usual back-bench role in the 1996 presidential election.
The bad news is that two weeks of terrorist bombings in the Middle East and Northern Ireland have robbed Mr. Clinton of achievements he hoped to use to round out his credentials as he asks for four more years.
The collapse of peace efforts in Northern Ireland and the Middle East, coupled with the crisis sparked by …
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Publication information: Article title: Foreign Policy Lurks in Campaign: Bosnia, Middle East, N. Ireland Are Potential Land Mines. Contributors: Strobel, Warren P. - Author. Newspaper title: The Washington Times (Washington, DC). Publication date: March 7, 1996. Page number: 13. © 2009 The Washington Times LLC. COPYRIGHT 1996 Gale Group.
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