FOREIGN POLICY: Rebuffs at Home, Flak from Abroad

World affairs took up more of Jimmy Carter's press conference last week than even his dramatic B-l decision. No wonder. His foreign policy is in some trouble at home and abroad. Such troubles are easily exaggerated by Washington (including the capital press corps), a community that pays compulsive, excessive attention to every blip of seeming success or failure. But in the past few weeks the President has been handed setbacks by a Congress reluctant to endorse his planned withdrawal of U.S. troops from Korea and authorize U.S. participation in loans to Cuba, Indochina and several African nations. Said one...

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