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Author Christopher, Warren, 1925-2011.

Title In the stream of history : shaping foreign policy for a new era / Warren Christopher.

Published Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1998.

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 UniM Bail  327.73009049 CHRI    CLMS RETD
Physical description xvii, 586 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Statement at Senate Confirmation Hearing (Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D.C., January 13, 1993) 22 -- 2. Supporting Russian Reform 35 -- Three Pillars of U.S. Foreign Policy and Support for Reform in Russia (Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, Executives' Club of Chicago, and Mid-America Committee, Chicago, March 22, 1993) 40 -- U.S. Support for Russian Reform: An Investment in America's Security (Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, May 27, 1993) 51 -- 3. America's Commitment to Human Rights 61 -- Democracy and Human Rights: Where America Stands (World Conference on Human Rights, Vienna, June 14, 1993) 65 -- 4. Building Peace in the Middle East 74 -- Building Peace in the Middle East (Columbia University, New York City, September 20, 1993) 81 -- 5. A Partnership with Russia 91 -- A New Generation of Russian Democrats (Academy of the National Economy, Moscow, October 23, 1993) 96 -- 6. NAFTA and American Interests 105 -- NAFTA: In the Overriding Interest of the United States (Los Angeles World Affairs Council and Town Hall of California, Los Angeles, November 2, 1993) 109 -- 7. New Pacific Community 116 -- America's Pacific Future (University of Washington, Seattle, November 17, 1993) 120 -- 8. A New NATO: The Partnership for Peace 128 -- Strengthening the Atlantic Alliance Through a Partnership for Peace (North Atlantic Council, Brussels, December 2, 1993) 133 -- 9. Straight Talk with Japan 139 -- U.S.-Japan Relationship: The Responsibility to Change (Japan Association of Corporate Executives, Tokyo, March 11, 1994) 144 -- 10. China: A Decision to Engage 152 -- America and the Asia-Pacific Future (Asia Society, New York City, May 27, 1994) 157 -- 11. Revitalizing the OECD 165 -- Toward a More Integrated World (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, June 8, 1994) 168 -- 12. Restoring Democracy to Haiti 174 -- Restoring Democracy to Haiti (United Nations Security Council, New York City, September 29, 1994) 183 -- 13. Promise of Peace in the Middle East 189 -- Maintaining the Momentum for Peace in the Middle East (Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., October 24, 1994) 195 -- 14. Middle East Opens for Business 203 -- Building the Structures of Peace and Prosperity in the New Middle East (Royal Palace, Casablanca, October 30, 1994) 207 -- 15. Averting a Nuclear Threat in Korea 213 -- Ensuring Peace and Stability on the Korean Peninsula (Korea-America Friendship Society, Seoul, November 9, 1994) 218 -- 16. NATO Expansion 227 -- A Time of Historic Challenge for NATO (North Atlantic Council, Brussels, December 1, 1994) 231 -- Developing the New European Security Architecture (North Atlantic Council, Brussels, December 1, 1994) 234 -- 17. Principles and Priorities 240 -- Principles and Opportunities for American Foreign Policy (John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 20, 1995) 244 -- 18. A Sober Approach Toward the Former Soviet States 257 -- U.S. Policy Toward the New Independent States: A Pragmatic Strategy Grounded in America's Fundamental Interests (Indiana University, Bloomington, March 29, 1995) 261 -- 19. A New Transatlantic Agenda 271 -- Charting a Transatlantic Agenda for the 21st Century (Casa de America, Madrid, June 2, 1995) 275 -- 20. Engagement with China 286 -- America's Strategy for a Peaceful and Prosperous Asia-Pacific (National Press Club, Washington, D.C., July 28, 1995) 292 -- 21. Opening Relations with Vietnam 301 -- U.S.-Vietnam Relations: A New Chapter (Institute for International Relations, Hanoi, August 6, 1995) 307 -- 22. Obtaining the Resources to Lead 315 -- Resources for Leadership (Council on Foreign Relations, Washington, D.C., September 20, 1995) 320 -- 23. Reforming the United Nations 328 -- United Nations: The Momentum for Reform Must Accelerate (United Nations General Assembly, New York City, September 25, 1995) 334 -- 24. Bringing Peace to Bosnia 343 -- Promise of This Moment Must Be Fulfilled (Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, November 1, 1995) 360 -- Federation: An Essential Building Block of Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, November 10, 1995) 364 -- Dayton Peace Agreement: Building Peace with Justice (Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, November 21, 1995) 366 -- Bringing the Agreement to NATO (Sixteen-Plus-Sixteen Meeting of NATO Foreign and Defense Ministers on Bosnia, Brussels, December 5, 1995) 368 -- 25. New Momentum for American Diplomacy 372 -- Leadership for the Next American Century (John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 18, 1996) 375 -- 26. A New Era for the Americas 385 -- Shaping a New World: U.S. and Brazilian Leadership in a Democratic, Prosperous Hemisphere (American Chamber of Commerce, Sao Paulo, March 2, 1996) 391 -- 27. A Democratic and Undivided Europe 399 -- A Democratic and Undivided Europe in Our Time (Cernin Palace, Prague, March 20, 1996) 403 -- 28. Diplomacy and the Environment 412 -- American Diplomacy and the Global Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century (Stanford University, Stanford, California, April 9, 1996) 416 -- 29. Standing Firm with China 425 -- American Interests and the U.S.-China Relationship (Council on Foreign Relations, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1996) 431 -- 30. War Against Terrorism 440 -- Fighting Terrorism: Challenges for Peacemakers (Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Washington, D.C., May 21, 1996) 445 -- 31. A New Atlantic Community 452 -- A New Atlantic Community for the 21st Century (State Theater, Stuttgart, September 6, 1996) 456 -- 32. A Changing Relationship with Africa 467 -- Africa at a Crossroads: American Interests and American Engagement (South African Institute of International Affairs, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, October 12, 1996) 476 -- 33. Military Force and Diplomatic Readiness 485 -- Force, Diplomacy, and the Resources We Need for American Leadership (U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York, October 25, 1996) 489 -- 34. Bolstering a Flagging Peace Process 497 -- Our Vision of a Prosperous Middle East at Peace (Cairo Economic Conference, Cairo, November 12, 1996) 504 -- 35. China: Setting a Course of Cooperation 510 -- United States and China: Building a New Era of Cooperation for a New Century (Fudan University, Shanghai, November 21, 1996) 515 -- 36. A Final Call to Action 524 -- Investing in American Leadership (John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 15, 1997) 528 -- 37. Farewell 538 -- Farewell Remarks to State Department Employees (Department of State, Washington, D.C., January 17, 1997) 539.
Summary A unique window into the inner workings of U.S. diplomacy in Clinton' s first term, this book highlights the major foreign policy challenges faced and decisions made in a turbulent era.
Subject United States -- Foreign relations -- 1993-
United States -- Foreign relations administration.
ISBN 0804732256 (cloth :alk. paper)
0804734682 (paperback: alk. paper)