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Bill Clinton (Born: William Jefferson Blythe III)

Date of Birth: 19 August 1946


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Southern rivals

That some Namibian government loyalists are still bristling in the wake of President Bill Clinton's visit to Botswana shows the depth of animosity between these two Southern African states...


Cross-border

The United States still backs Ethiopia as emphasised in Premier Meles Zenawi's invitation to President Bill Clinton's regional summit in Kampala on 25 March...


African roadshow rolls

Above all President Bill Clinton's 23 March - 2 April trip to Africa is an attempt to change the American perception of Africa: that the world's poorest continent - albeit the home of Nelson Mandela and some of the best musicians and soccer players in the world - should be accorded the same respect as Asia and Latin America...


Wall Street is coming

His wife is a television star; as Charlayne Hunter she made American history in the 1960s when the University of Georgia was forced to accept her as a student (she was legally represented by President Bill Clinton's confidant Vernon Jordan) and the integration of the southern colleges began...


Cautious but determined

In international relations Meles leans Westwards especially towards the United States which regards Ethiopia as crucial to its Horn of Africa policy; Vice-President Al Gore and possibly President Bill Clinton may well visit this year...


Best friends, friends and foes

Abashed by such reactions Secretary of State Madeleine Albright indicated in Kinshasa that President Bill Clinton's government would try to get a $35-40 mn...


After Yar'Adua

Some were concerned by news that the Chagourys by contributing US$460 000 to the United States 'Vote '96' campaign had dinner at the White House and subsequently met the Reverend Jesse Jackson President Bill Clinton's deputy National Security Advisor James Steinberg and Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Susan Rice...


Madeleine's mission

And President Bill Clinton's 4 November imposition of sanctions by executive order on Khartoum was designed to step up pressure on what Albright Rice and her former colleagues on the White House's National Security Council see as a faltering regime...


Biya's bad joke

Rubin's stance did however confirm that Washington had lost interest in championing Fru Ndi (who in a calculated snub to Biya had been invited to President Bill Clinton's inauguration in 1993)...


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