in Foreign Policy, V.93, Winter 1993-94, pgs.3-20 .
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Bill Clinton, the first post Cold War president, may be joining a select Cold War club. Since World War II, several presidents have had foreign policy axioms associated with their names: the Truman Doctrine, which launched containment; the Carter Doctrine, declaring the Persian Gulf a vital interest: the Reagan Doctrine, backing anti-Soviet guerrilla forces. The New Yorker, October 7, P. 6. Signed comment about Clinton's economic initiatives and the nuclear test-ban treaty Neither a bang nor a whimper but something more like the soft cooing of a diplomatic cliche greeted the signing last week, at United Nations headquarters, of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty. The Hillary Clinton Doctrine. Her response to the massacre in Orlando reveals the type of commander in chief she would be. By Fred Kaplan. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton aboard the USS Fitzgerald, a U.S. Navy destroyer docked at . The Clinton Doctrine is an expression, in policy and in bombs, of a post-cold war approach to the world perhaps best enunciated by Leslie Gelb, president of the Council on Foreign Relations.
The President Is Missing (novel) The President Is Missing is a political thriller novel by former US President Bill Clinton and novelist James Patterson published in June It is Clinton's first novel. A television adaptation is being developed by : Bill Clinton & James Patterson. The Clinton Doctrine is not a clear statement in the way that many other United States Presidential doctrines were. However, in a Febru , speech, President Bill Clinton said the following, which was generally considered to summarize the Clinton Doctrine . It's easy to say that we really have no interests in who lives in this or that valley in Bosnia, or who owns . Saul Alinsky”s Doctrine: 8 steps to topple a nation and create a socialist state. 1) Healthcare — Control healthcare and you control the people. 2) Poverty — Incr ease the Poverty level as high as possible, poor people are easier to control and will not fight back if you are providing everything for them to live. Bill Clinton’s Doctrine of Enlargement of Foreign Policies Tommy Wong American History Mr. McCarthy May 2, During his inauguration from to , United States President William Jefferson Clinton, also known as Bill Clinton, promoted democracy and improved foreign relationships by using non-aggressive policies.
"A well-informed and nuanced critique of Obama's foreign policy. Kaufman shows unmistakably that Obama has a foreign policy doctrine. Read his book to get the best account to date of that 'dangerous' doctrine."―Henry R. Nau, author of Conservative Internationalism: Armed Diplomacy under Jefferson, Polk, Truman, and ReaganCited by: 1. Hillary Rodham Clinton was the first Secretary of State to declare the subjugation of women worldwide a serious threat to U.S. national security. Known as the Hillary Doctrine, her stance was the impetus behind the Quadrennial Diplomatic and Development Review of U.S. foreign policy, Pages: The Hillary Clinton Doctrine. while directing frantic secret negotiations to work out a new deal on the dissident — still holed up in the U.S. Embassy. She and her team finally reached an Author: James Traub. The Hillary Doctrine is a painstaking examination of Clinton's efforts to advance the status of women during her tenure as secretary of state. [Hudson & Leidl] make the case that advancing the status of women will require giving the issue a permanent place on the U.S. foreign policy agenda, one that will long outlast Clinton.