At sea on foreign policy

Corry, John
November 1994
American Spectator;Nov94, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p50
Discusses the foreign relations policy of the United States. Occupation of Haiti; Cuba; Media treatment; Nicaragua; Mexican elections.


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