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  • Backgrounder posted December 20, 1993 by Andrew J. Expanding The U.N. Security Council: A Reciepe for More Somalias,More Gridlock, and Less Democracy

    (Archived document, may contain errors) 969 December 20,1993 EXPANDINGTHE UN. SECURITY COUNCIL ARECIPEFORMOWSOMALIAS, MOW GRIDLOCK ANDLESS DEMOCRACY INTRODUCTION The tragedy and disaster in Somalia-where 26 American soldiers have been killed in a misguided mission of nation-building-is the inevitable result of the Clinton Administrations post-Cold War vision.…

  • Backgrounder posted July 22, 1993 by Andrew J. Setting Priorities at the United Nations

    (Archived document, may contain errors) 952 July 26, 1993 SETI'INGPRIORITES AT THE UNITED NATIONS INTRODUCTION S ince the end of the Cold War, many world leaders have urged a large role for the United Nations in international affairs. Some have advocated a bigger U.N. peacekeeping role, while others argue for expanding the U.N.'s responsibilities…

  • Backgrounder posted October 13, 1992 by Andrew J. Expanding United Nations PeaceKeeping Role Poses Risk for America

    (Archived document, may contain errors) 917 October 13,1992 EXPANDING UNlTED NATIONS PEACEKEEPING ROLE POSES RISK FOR AMEXICA INTRODUCTION The United Nations has enjoyed a number of successes over the past four years. It helped defuse violent conflicts in Angola, El Salvador, Namibia, and Nicaragua. And the 28-nation coalition that defeated Iraqi aggression in…

  • Backgrounder posted July 31, 1992 by Andrew J. How Washington Boosts State and Local Budget Deficits

    (Archived document, may contain errors) 908 July 31,1992 HOW WASHINGTON BOOSIS STATE AND LOCAL BUDGET DEFICITS INTRODUCTION while Americans for many years have been accustomed to reading stories in the press about huge federal budget deficits, more recently they have seen news stories lamenting record state budget feficits as well. In 1991, t h e combined…

  • Backgrounder posted January 22, 1990 by Andrew J. A Conservative Agenda for Comprehensive Campaign Reform

    (Archived document, may contain errors) 747 January 22,1990 A CONSERVATIVE AGENDA FOR COMPREHENSIVECAMPAIGN REFORM INTRODUCTION campaign reform is high on its agenda as Congress reconvenes this week. Congress has pending before it a wide variety of reform proposals, including an eleven-point plan submitted by George Bush on June 29. At the heart of the…

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