President Bush's Foreign Policy

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Setting the Record Straight: President Bush's Foreign Policy Is Succeeding http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2006/07/print/20060721-5.html 1 of 2 8/14/2006 9:06 AM For Immediate Release Office of the Press Secretary July 21, 2006 Setting the Record Straight: President Bush's Foreign Policy Is Succeeding Setting the Record Straight NBC's David Gregory: "Crisis After Crisis Has Undermined The Bush Doctrine." (NBC's "Today," 7/21/06) A Consensus Is Building Behind The President's Foreign Policy Approach The United States Is Rallying The World Behind North Korea. "The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution Saturday condemning North Korea's recent missile tests and demanding that the reclusive communist nation suspend its ballistic missile program." (Edith M. Lederer, "Security Council Unanimously Adopts North Korea Resolution," The Associated Press, 7/15/06) The United States Is Rallying The World Behind Its Policy Toward Iran. "World powers rebuked Iran last week by seeking possible punishment from the Security Council, saying Iran had not signaled an intent to negotiate seriously over its disputed nuclear program. … 'Iran has a serious choice to make and we invited it to make the right decision to react positively to the concrete proposals presented to it,' the [G8] leaders said in their statement." (Jeannine Aversa, "Leaders Press North Korea On Missile Tests, Urge Iran To Accept Nuclear Energy Offer," The Associated Press, 7/18/06)
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