Bill Clinton

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Noun1.Bill Clinton - 42nd President of the United States (1946-)Bill Clinton - 42nd President of the United States (1946-)
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Now I would suggest that this information would help potential voters to make their decisions on election day as they could have influenced Clinton's foreign policy decisions.
Tillerson's latest response over North Korea's missile launch sparked reactions from Twitter users, including Laura Rosenberger, who was Democrat Hillary Clinton's foreign policy adviser in her 2016 presidential campaign.
Regarding the situation in Syria, Nafaa predicted that Clinton's foreign policy will be an extension of Obama's policy, but it will depend more on her ability to achieve progress in the Syrian file.
Last June, Jake Sullivan, one of Clinton's foreign policy staffers who is expected to have a major role in a Clinton Administration, said in a speech to the Truman Security Project, "We need to be raising the costs to Iran for its destabilizing behavior and we need to be raising the confidence of our Sunni partners.
presidential campaign's focus shifted to national security Tuesday as Republican Donald Trump pledged to help female veterans during a Virginia Beach campaign stop, and Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine delivered a speech in North Carolina talking up Hillary Clinton's foreign policy credentials.
It is admirable that Clinton's foreign policy advisers appreciate the magnitude of the threat presented by North Korea and are willing to explore new, creative approaches to a national security problem that has vexed successive US presidents since the 1980s.
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Neither Clinton's foreign policy credentials nor Trump's business credentials and emphasis on trade policies in his campaign have given either candidate an advantage on the issue.
Bennett's treatment of Clinton's foreign policy is, as is the rest of the work, sympathetic.
Mitt Romney hasn't officially declared himself a presidential candidate again, but the 2012 Republican nominee looked and sounded like one during a stop in Mississippi, back-slapping at a popular barbecue joint before delivering a speech that questions Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton's foreign policy and economic credentials.
Clinton's foreign policy rhetoric reveals a multitude of "adaptations" and "unique contributions" made by Clinton to America's "foreign policy vocabulary" (pp.
The story is capably told by Derek Chollet, a former Clinton State department official, and James Goldgeier, a professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University, in America Between the Wars, and by John Dumbrell, a Durham University: professor of government and international affairs, in Clinton's Foreign Policy.