A new poll shows that as many Americans approve of President Clinton's handling of his job as the number that disapprove. But start talking about foreign policy and his numbers look much worse. Overall, only 11 percent of those surveyed think the President's actions in the international arena have boosted the U.S.'s stature abroad; 34 percent disagree with this assessment, and 49 percent say there hasn't been much change since Clinton took over.In specific hot spots around the world, Americans had pretty clear opinions. For instance, an overwhelming majority (69 percent) favor sending military troops to Rwanda to provide humanitarian aid. And 61 percent say they wouldn't want our soldiers to be sent to oust Haiti's government to restore Aristede.