Clinton's World: Remaking American Foreign Policy

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NOTES
1.
Yigal Carmon, "The Story behind the Handshake", Commentary, March 1994; Shimon Peres, Battling for Peace: A Memoir ( New York: Random House, 1995), pp. 281-306.
2.
"Risking Peace", Time, September 13, 1993; Peres, Battling for Peace, pp. 305-306.
3.
Uri Savir, The Process ( New York: Random House, 1998), pp. 279-280.
4.
U.S. Department of State Dispatch, Supplement, November 1994.
5.
Peter W. Rodman, "Waiting for Assad", The New Republic, August 8, 1994.
6.
Connie Bruck, "The Wounds of Peace", New Yorker, October 14, 1996; Norman Podhoretz, "The Tragic Predicament of Benjamin Netanyahu", Commentary, December 1996.
7.
Jim Hoagland, "Damaging What He Would Protect", and Stephen S. Rosenfeld , "Hardening Against Peace", Washington Post, October 4, 1996; Charles Krauthammer , "Arafat's War Card", Washington Post, October 3, 1996.
8.
Thomas Lippmann, "Accord Assures", Washington Post, January 16, 1997. The text of Christopher letter is in "Looking Ahead: Two U.S. Documents", New York Times, January 17, 1997.
9.
Henry Kissinger, "The Mideast Deal", Washington Post, November 7, 1996; Charles Krauthammer, "The Road from Hebron", The Weekly Standard, February 3, 1997; Henry A. Kissinger, "The Oslo Piecemeal Process", Washington Post, August 24, 1997.
10.
Charles Krauthammer, "Netanyahu's Map", Washington Post, June 13, 1997; Douglas Feith, "A Strategy for Israel", Commentary, September 1997.
11.
Stephen Rosenfeld, "Mideast: Before Things Get Worse", Washington Post, June 13, 1997.
12.
Steven Erlanger and Alison Mitchell, "A Meeting That Transformed", New York Times, August 9, 1997.
13.
Madeleine Albright, "Finding the Path to Peace in the Middle East", Dispatch, August/ September 1997.
14.
Thomas W. Lippman, "Albright Takes Balanced Approach", Washington Post, September 10, 1997.
15.
The texts of Secretary Albright's remarks in the Middle East were published in Dispatch, August/ September 1997.
16.
Peter W. Rodman, "The Mideast Impasse", Washington Post, September 15, 1997; Charles Krauthammer, "Oslo Endgame", Washington Post, September 19, 1997.
17.
Steven Erlanger, "U.S. Pushes Israel", New York Times, November 24, 1997.
18.
Serge Schmemann, "Israel Suggests New Pullback", New York Times, November 26, 1997.

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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
  • Index 209
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