CAMPAIGN '96: AROUND THE WORLD FOR VOTES

TAKING HIS CAMPAIGN OVERSEAS, CLINTON MENDS FENCES IN EAST ASIA AND DECLARES A NUCLEAR PEACE DIVIDEND IN RUSSIA

That Bill Clinton would campaign for re-election by traveling overseas would have seemed wildly unlikely four years ago. But lately the President has discovered something surprising about foreign policy: after a stumbling start, he is getting good at it. He can even claim a recent string of successes--in Haiti, Bosnia, Ireland, the Middle East--as a big reason voters should give him another four years in the White House. But he is not past the danger that some foreign hot spots, like Korea and Russia, might blow up disastrously before the November vote. Nor is he yet safe from Republican criticism that...

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