Charles Krauthammer contrasts the liberal

Charles Krauthammer contrasts the liberal and conservative approaches to foreign policy in “The Clinton paper chase.” One difference between the conservative and liberal approaches that is not explicitly noted by Krauthammer in this column is also illustrated by the divergent foreign policies of Presidents Clinton and Bush. The difference I have in mind has to do with the use of force by the United States. President Clinton believed it was proper to use military force only for humanitarian purposes; President Bush believes it is proper to use it on behalf of the United States.

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