A view from Europe (III)

Pennant-Rea, Rupert
December 1997
Foreign Policy;Winter97/98, Issue 109, p62
Presents an appraisal of the performance of United States President Bill Clinton's foreign policy regarding Europe. Details the American foreign economic policy; Effects of the extraterritoriality habit of the United States in the trade relations of Europe to the foundations of the World Trade Organization (WTO); Clinton's ineffectiveness regarding social issues; The relationship between Clinton and Prime Minister Tony Blair of Great Britain. INSET: Scorecard: A view from Europe (III).


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