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Bill  Clinton (Born: William Jefferson Blythe III)
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Bill Clinton (Born: William Jefferson Blythe III)

Date of Birth: 19/08/1946


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The runaway gravy train

Whitaker is the president and chief executive of the Washington-based African trade consultancy Whitaker Group and previously had a respected diplomatic career as the first ever Assistant US Trade Representative for Africa under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W...


The science of summitry

Under President Bill Clinton, who was omnipresent at the business sessions this week, diplomatic overtures to African governments were narrowly targeted...


Faultlines in the foundations

Although foundations run by former political leaders, such as Britain’s Prime Minister Tony Blair and the United States’ President Bill Clinton, have less cash at their disposal, they often wield greater diplomatic influence...


No reform yet

Davis, a former counsel for ex-President Bill Clinton, is suing Equatorial Guinea...


Usama’s quiet friends in Khartoum

The regime’s virtual public silence contrasts starkly with the fuss it made in the early 2000s, when its friends claimed that the NIF had tried in vain to hand over the Al Qaida leader to US President Bill Clinton...


Hillary Rodham Clinton

In 1973, she graduated from Yale Law School, where she met fellow student Bill Clinton...

After Bill Clinton’s second term ended, Hillary Clinton carved out her own political identity, winning one of New York’s seats in the US Senate and re-election in 2006...


Massaging the message

Kagame's other international friends - such as UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, British ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair and United States ex-President Bill Clinton - had no such reservations about glad-handing the Rwandan leader...


Diplomacy by other means

State House has not forgiven her reluctance to be packed off for meetings with Grace Mugabe during the state visit to Zimbabwe of her husband, then President Bill Clinton...


Oily alliances

All three are on the 1997 United States’ sanctions list instigated by President Bill Clinton because ‘continued support for international terrorism, ongoing efforts to destabilize neighboring governments, and the prevalence of human rights violations, including slavery and the denial of religious freedom, constituted an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy’ of the USA...


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