Momentous changes have taken place in the world. American foreign policy no longer has to contemplate a massive communist challenge, but it does have to face a world in radical disarray. Ambassador Max Kampelman suggests a focus on basic principles will provide the best foundation for a new foreign strategy. His argument encompasses current crises from Haiti to Bosnia.
Guest: Max Kampelman, former Chairman, United States Delegation to the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe.
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