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Bill Clinton (Born: William Jefferson Blythe III)

Date of Birth: 19/08/1946


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    Vol 44 No 8 |
  • MALI

Bamako blues

Both ATT and his predecessor/successor Konaré spent much of the 1990s as the Francophone African darlings of President Bill Clinton's United States government but President George W...


Fradique's new front

Fradique's US lawyers include Greg Craig, of the Washington firm of Williams and Connolly, once attorney for Cuban boy Elian Gonzalez in 2000 and for the then US President in the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky affair...


Who's for the White House?

The Republicans contrast their Africa policy with President Bill Clinton's, which they call strong on rhetoric and weak on delivery ­ 'A wish-list, not a road map', an administration official told us...


Yes, Professor!

JJ chats with the spooks Rawlings' subsequent 'discussions' with state security further fired his outbursts against the Kufuor government, carefully timed to coincide with visits to Ghana by international figures such as United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (a Ghanaian) and United States former President Bill Clinton...


Unconstructive engagement

UK support for the US bombing meant Goulty was expelled from Sudan but he did not hide his anger and he openly criticised President Bill Clinton's government's policy of isolating the NIF...


Washington's new pragmatism

President Bill Clinton proclaimed a broad African agenda based, like that of the European Union, International Monetary Fund and World Bank, on economic reform and democratisation...


Who's selling who?

The first group includes State Department officials who have long watched with dismay the European Union's flirtation with the NIF, business people envious of EU countries' oil contracts, intelligence professionals who grumble that isolationism deprives them of information and Republicans who want to rubbish President Bill Clinton's Democrat government...


Everyone's catastrophe

Many US officials had opposed President Bill Clinton's government's policy of isolating Sudan, headed by Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Susan Rice...


Follow me, follow

It contains high-level academics and officials from State and Defense, chaired by Stephen Morris, a State Department Africanist under Bill Clinton...


In the lobbies

Lobbyists do best when government intentions are unclear; there is little clarity about Bush's Africa policy, except that it will be more pro-business and less active in Africa than Bill Clinton's (AC Vol 41 No 25)...


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