When the World Seemed New
Jeffrey Engel talked about his book When the World Seemed New, in which he examines George H.W. Bush’s foreign policy initiatives at the start of the post-Cold War world.
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Jeffrey A. Engel Director Southern Methodist University->Center for Presidential History
Thomas Knock Associate Professor Southern Methodist University->Foreign Relations
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