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Collection Details


Collection Name: Clinton Administration National Security Council Oral History
Repository Name: Brookings Institution. Foreign Policy Studies Program. [Repository Details]
Repository Location: Washington, District of Columbia, United States
URL: http://www.brookings.edu/fp/research/projects/nsc/transcripts/20000927.htm
Material Formats: [12 documents with text]
Description: The Clinton administration entered office at a time of great opportunity and challenge. The end of the cold war meant that the new administration had the rare opportunity to craft a foreign policy for a new age. The defining U.S.-Soviet rivalry was gone and the United States had emerged as a uniquely powerful state. The question—and the challenge—then was how the United States would use its power and for what purposes. What were the new threats in the new world?
Estimated Total of Interviews: 1
Interviews: [12 interview(s) listed in this collection]
Broad Subjects: U.S. Politics; Politics
ASP Subjects: Clinton, William Jefferson, 1946-; Clinton, Bill; Blythe, William Jefferson; William Jefferson Clinton; District of Columbia; National Security Council (U.S.)--History; National security--Law and legislation--United States; National security--United States; Oral history; Presidents--United States--Staff; U.S. National Security Council; United States; White House, Washington, DC
Collection Code: OHC0001408