Clinton's World: Remaking American Foreign Policy

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NOTES
1.
Address by Governor Clinton, "A New Covenant for American Security", Georgetown University, December 12, 1991.
2.
Winston Lord, testimony in his Senate confirmation hearings, in U.S. Department of State Dispatch, April 5, 1993.
3.
"China: Most Favored Nation Status", Dispatch, June 14, 1993.
4.
Henry Kissinger, "Why We Can't Withdraw from Asia", Washington Post, June 15, 1993.
5.
Lord Winston, "Statement before the House Ways and Means Committee", Dispatch, March 7, 1994.
6.
Warren Christopher, "My Trip to Beijing Was Necessary", Washington Post, March 22, 1994.
7.
Barton Gellman, "U.S. and China Nearly Came to Blows", Washington Post, June 21, 1998.
8.
Christopher, "My Trip to Beijing Was Necessary"; Daniel Williams, "Chinese Rebuff Christopher on Human Rights", Washington Post, March 13, 1994, and "U.S. Disappointed as Christopher Leaves China", Washington Post, March 15, 1994.
9.
Secretary Christopher's text in Dispatch, March 28, 1994.
10.
Gellman, "U.S. and China Nearly Came to Blows".
11.
Letter to the president, May 6, 1994, released by the Council on Foreign Relations, New York; also, Council on Foreign Relations, Policy Impact Panel, "On the Future of U.S.-China Relations", Henry A. Kissinger and Cyrus R. Vance , cochairmen, May 11, 1994.
12.
Arthur Waldron, "Deterring China", Commentary, October 1995.
13.
Winston Lord, testimony of September 27, 1994, before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, in Dispatch, October 17, 1994.
14.
Michel Oksenberg, "Heading Off a New Cold War with China", Washington Post, September 3, 1995; Jim Hoagland, "China: Before There Is a War", Washington Post, February 11, 1996.
15.
Barton Gellman, "Reappraisal Led to New China Policy", Washington Post, June 22, 1998.
16.
Roderick MacFarquhar, "Demolition Man", New York Review of Books, March 27, 1997.
17.
Robert Kagan, "What China Knows That We Don't", The Weekly Standard, January 20, 1997; "China the Issues", The Weekly Standard, February 24, 1997 (several articles were grouped under this heading). See also editorial, "No Favors for China", The Weekly Standard, April 27, 1997; for a different assessment see Arthur Waldron, "How Not to Deal with China", Commentary, March 1997.
18.
Secretary Albright, "Maintaining Normal Trade Relations with China", June 19, 1997 in Dispatch, June 1997.
19.
At one extreme was the claim that war with China was inevitable, a view subsumed in the title of a new book, The Coming Conflict with China, by RichardBernstein

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  • 1- The Legacy 1
  • 2- Mandate for Change 15
  • 3- Intervention 29
  • 4- Nation Building 51
  • 5- South of the Border 67
  • 6- Russia 79
  • 7- European Security 93
  • 8- Asian Tangles 109
  • Notes 124
  • 9- Unsinkable Japan 127
  • 10- Watershed 137
  • 11- Endgame 145
  • 12- Oslo and Beyond 155
  • Notes 168
  • 13 171
  • 14- Crisis Management 185
  • 15- Between Hope And History 197
  • Selected Bibliography 207
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