Warren Christopher's "In the Stream of History": A Review Essay
Charles Hill reviews Warren Christopher's book, "In the Stream of History", on his years as secretary of State. Hill finds Christopher's solid record of service to the country marred by his involvement with President Clinton's avoidance of key foreign policy challenges and evasion of responsibility for failures in the former Yugoslavia, Somalia, and Rwanda.
In the Stream of History: Shaping Foreign Policy for a New Era, Warren Christopher Reviewed by Charles Hill
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