CLINTON ADMINISTRATION TO MAKE EUROPEAN SECURITY A TOP PRIORITY.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 231
Incoming U.S. national security advisor Sandy Berger has identified the building of a "democratic and united Europe around an expanding NATO and a partnership with Russia" as the top foreign policy priority of the Clinton Administration in its second term. Berger also identified a "cluster of new security challenges" such as drugs, terrorism, rogue states, and the environment as among the administration’s top five foreign policy priorities. (AP, December 8)
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