Dickerson, John F.
June 2004
Time International (South Pacific Edition);6/14/2004, Issue 23, p11
The article focuses on the rendezvous of U.S. President George W. Bush with French President Chirac Jacques in June 2004. The visit was not just an attempt to mend the rupture between the two countries over the Iraq War but also an important step in Bush's effort to show that he is an enthusiastic member of the international community. Doubters suspect that Bush is trying to coax other nations to help rescue his failing Iraq policy.


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