Steinberger, Michael
April 2004
American Prospect;Apr2004, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p18
Focuses on the role of U.S. State Secretary Colin Powell in foreign policy. Decision of President George W. Bush on Powell's plan to ease tensions with North Korea; Conflict between the secretary and Vice President Richard Cheney; Views of Powell on the invasion of Iraq in 2003.


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