TITLE

CLINTON AND SADDAM

PUB. DATE
February 1993
SOURCE
New Republic;2/8/93, Vol. 208 Issue 6, p7
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the feelings of U.S. President Bill Clinton for former President of Iraq Saddam Hussein, expressed after the American raids on Iraq. Statement made by Clinton about Hussein to the newspaper "The New York Times"; Obsession of Clinton with standards of conduct embodied in United Nations (U.N.) accords; Factors to be considered for improving relationship of the U.S. with the U.N.; Implications of raids on Iraq; Characteristics of Hussein; Significance of legalism in foreign policy; Opinion of U.S. Vice-President Al Gore about Hussein.
ACCESSION #
12140358

 

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