Toward a New Foreign Policy
Spencer, Bill, Amatangelo, Gina, Foreign Policy in Focus
Over the past few years there has been a growing movement in Congress to reform the process and the current Senate initiative is gaining the support of some Members of Congress who have opposed past efforts. Most notable is that Senator Biden (D-DE), one of the original authors of the certification legislation, has stated his intention to support new legislation to reform the process. Even those who continue to be hesitant to promote reform now recognize the need for debate on the issue.
General doubts about the efficacy of unilateral sanctions as a foreign policy tool are also spurring policymakers to consider alternatives to the U.S. certification process. Some had hoped that …
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Publication information: Article title: Toward a New Foreign Policy. Contributors: Spencer, Bill - Author, Amatangelo, Gina - Author. Magazine title: Foreign Policy in Focus. Volume: 6. Issue: 5 Publication date: February 22, 2001. Page number: 3. © 1999 International Relations Center. COPYRIGHT 2001 Gale Group.
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