Nomination for an Under Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Memorandum on Agency Rulemaking Procedures. Memorandum on Report of Regulatory Review. Message to the Congress on Trade With Russia. Statement on Signing the Continuing Appropriations Resolution.
Executive Order —Regulatory Planning and Review. Proclamation —Fire Prevention Week, Proclamation —Death of General James H. Press Briefing by Mark Gearan. Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Administrator. Memorandum on Loan Guarantees to Israel Program. Memorandum on Certification To Permit U. Contributions to the International Fund for Ireland. Executive Order —Labor-Management Partnerships. Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters on Russia.
Remarks to the Community in Sacramento, California. Remarks in a Town Meeting in Sacramento. Exchange With Reporters in San Francisco.
Statement on Rebuilding the Cypress Freeway in California. Message to the Congress on Whaling Activities of Norway. Memorandum on the Freedom of Information Act. Proclamation —Child Health Day, Statement on the Arts and Humanities Awards Recipients.
Proclamation —Mental Illness Awareness Week, Proclamation —German-American Day, Remarks Honoring White House Fellows. Nomination for a Special Counsel at the Department of Justice. Remarks on Presenting Arts and Humanities Awards.
Address to the Nation on Somalia. Message to the Congress on Naval Petroleum Reserves. Proclamation —Country Music Month, Remarks at a Democratic National Committee Breakfast. Nomination for an Assistant Secretary of Agriculture. Nomination for Administrator of the Rural Electrification Administration.
Proclamation —Columbus Day, Proclamation —Leif Erikson Day, Proclamation —National School Lunch Week, Proclamation —General Pulaski Memorial Day, Exchange With Reporters on Haiti. Message to the Congress Transmitting a Report on Somalia. Message to the Congress Transmitting Budget Deferrals.
Statement on the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. Nomination for Ambassadors to Morocco, Sweden, and the Bahamas. Nomination for the Federal National Mortgage Association.
Proclamation —White Cane Safety Day, Proclamation —World Food Day, and Proclamation —National Forest Products Week, Remarks to the National Breast Cancer Coalition. Interview With Radio Reporters. Statement on German Ratification of the Maastricht Treaty. Appointment for the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. Nomination for an Assistant Secretary of Commerce. Proclamation —National Mammography Day, Letter to Congressional Leaders on the Conflict in Bosnia. Letter to Congressional Leaders on Haiti.
Proclamation —National Biomedical Research Day, Remarks to the Conference of Business for Social Responsibility. Remarks at the Executive Leadership Council Dinner. Remarks at a Democratic National Committee Dinner. Proclamation —National Consumers Week, Remarks on the Technology Reinvestment Project. Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters on Haiti.
Proclamation —United Nations Day, Statement on Federal Procurement Reforms. Nomination for Ambassadorial and United Nations Posts. Nomination for the National Credit Union Administration. Executive Order —Enhancing the Intergovernmental Partnership.
Nomination for an Assistant Attorney General. Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters. Remarks at the Dedication of the John F. Statement on the Situation in Haiti. Teleconference Remarks on the California Fires. Statement on the Peace Process in Northern Ireland. Message to the Congress Reporting Budget Rescissions. Nomination for Posts at the Department of the Air Force. Nomination for Under Secretary of Energy. Nomination for Ambassador to Djibouti. Remarks to the Community in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.
Remarks on the California Fires. Exchange With Reporters in Lexington, Kentucky. Proclamation —Veterans Day, Statement on the Resignation of the Deputy Secretary of State.
Nomination for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Nomination for Ambassador to Angola. Nomination for the Communications Satellite Corporation. Remarks at a Veterans Day Breakfast. Appointment of Regional Representatives for the Department of Education. Appointment for the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.
Remarks on Arrival in Memphis. Remarks to the Community in Memphis. Proclamation —Geography Awareness Week, and Statement on the Outcome of the Puerto Rican Referendum. Appointment for the Federal Council on the Aging. Proclamation —National Farm-City Week, Proclamation —Thanksgiving Day, Remarks on Departure for Seattle, Washington.
Remarks on Arrival in Seattle. Proclamation —National Children's Day, Message to the Congress Transmitting the Russia-U. Remarks at the National Democratic Institute Dinner. Appointment for Deputy Counsel to the President. Nomination for Treasurer of the United States.
Proclamation —National Family Week, and Remarks at the Covenant Baptist Church. Statement on the Technology Reinvestment Project. Statement on Signing the Unemployment Compensation Amendments of Proclamation —National Adoption Week, and Proclamation —National Hospice Month, and Proclamation —National Home Care Week, and Remarks on Signing Handgun Control Legislation. Remarks on Presenting the Presidential Medals of Freedom.
Nomination for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Remarks to the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.
Nomination for Assistant Secretaries of the Army and Navy. Memorandum on Locality-Based Comparability Payments. Remarks to the Democratic Leadership Council. Remarks to Senior Citizens. Proclamation —International Year of the Family, Message on the Observance of Hanukkah, Appointment for the John F.
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Remarks on Lighting the National Christmas Tree. Interview on "The Home Show". Appointment for the General Services Administration. Proclamation —Wright Brothers Day, Press Briefing by Mickey Kantor, U. Appointment for Chair of the Commission on Immigration Reform.
Proclamation —National Firefighters Day, Letter on the Swearing-In of John D. Inman To Be Secretary of Defense. Statement on Signing the Preventive Health Amendments of Appointment for Assistant to the President for Congressional Affairs.
Nomination for an Assistant Secretary of Education. Remarks Announcing Grants for Programs for the Homeless. Message on the Observance of Christmas. Nomination for Deputy Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks. Nomination for Director of the United States Mint.
Appointment for the Small Business Administration. Christmas Greeting to the Nation. Statement on the Death of Norman Vincent Peale. Message on the Observance of Kwanzaa. Proclamation —Death of Thomas P. Statement on the Death of Thomas P.
Digest of Other White House Announcements. Checklist of White House Press Releases. Remarks to Future Leaders of Europe in Brussels. Remarks to Citizens in Brussels. Remarks to the American Diplomatic Community in Brussels. Exchange With Reporters in Brussels, Belgium. Remarks to the North Atlantic Council in Brussels. The President's News Conference in Brussels. Letter on Withdrawal of the Nomination of Morton H.
Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters in Brussels. Press Briefing by Secretary Warren Christopher. Remarks to the American Business Community in Brussels. Appointment for Director of Presidential Personnel. Remarks at a Welcoming Ceremony in Moscow, Russia. Nomination for Department of Education Regional Posts. Remarks at a Reception in Moscow. Proclamation —Martin Luther King, Jr. Proclamation —Religious Freedom Day, Proclamation —National Good Teen Day, Memorandum on Lifting Restrictions on U.
Relations With the Palestine Liberation Organization. Remarks to Future Leaders of Belarus in Minsk. Remarks on Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Communities. Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing. Memorandum on Fair Housing. Witt on Disaster Assistance for California. Letter to Congressional Leaders on Adjustment of the Deficit. Teleconference Remarks on the Los Angeles Earthquake.
Nomination for the Federal Maritime Commission. Message to the Congress Transmitting a Report on Bulgaria. Remarks to a National Conference of Mayors. Nominations Submitted to the Senate. Letter Accepting the Resignation of Philip B. Heymann as Deputy Attorney General. Nomination for Ambassadors to Hungary, Micronesia, and Azerbaijan.
Remarks at the Democratic Governors Association Dinner. The Educate America Act. Remarks to the American Hospital Association.
Remarks Announcing the Nomination of Deval L. Message to the Congress on Small Business. Remarks to the Department of Labor Conference on Reemployment.
Nomination for the African Development Foundation. Memorandum on Lifting the Trade Embargo on Vietnam. Statement on the Sarajevo Marketplace Attack. Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters on Bosnia.
Remarks to the Greater Houston Partnership in Houston. Statement on Senate Action on Education Legislation. Remarks to the World Jewish Congress. Appointment for Director of the Office of Cuba Broadcasting.
Nomination for the Securities and Exchange Commission. Interview With California Newspaper Publishers. Memorandum on Environmental Justice. Acts Approved by the President. Statement on the Executive Order on Environmental Justice. Press Briefing by E.
Press Briefing by Robert E. Nomination for the Federal Election Commission. Announcement on the White House Conference on Aging. Memorandum on Research Involving Human Subjects. Remarks to the American Council on Education. Remarks to the Business Council. Nomination for Ambassador to Finland. Remarks on Arrival in Groton, Connecticut. Exchange With Reporters in Norwich, Connecticut. Remarks to Senior Citizens in Norwich.
Nomination for Ambassador to Kuwait. Nomination for Ambassador to Egypt. Statement on the Church Bombing in Lebanon. Nomination for Deputy United Nations Representative. Nomination for the Research and Special Programs Administration. It means that the president administration aim at the active part of the US in international trade to promote and protect American companies and products in international markets.
Furthermore, the Clinton administration was quite active in international affairs and not surprisingly that in some cases the president was called a peacekeeper since he due to the assistance of his administration attempted to establish peace in the regions where conflicts have lasted for decades, especially in the UK and Israel. As a result among the greatest accomplishments of the Clinton administration are considered to be mediating peace talks Israel and the PLO resulting in Oslo Accords In the same time, the president administration and president himself admitted the military intervention in Kosovo, Sudan, Somalia, Bosnia and Afghanistan even despite the negative attitude of the team to military branch.
By the way these attacks were interpreted by many as the violation of the international law and were severely criticized both within the country and abroad. These were the cases when the US decided to use military force.
So, in , American troops were sent to Haiti to restore Jean Bertrand Aristide as the president, ending a period of intense violence. Also the troops were sent to former Yugoslavia to stop ethnic violence. On the other hand despite such a combination of military and peaceful measures aiming at preserving the peace and stability in the world along with promotion of human rights all over the world, the Clinton administration practically ignored burning cases of the violation of human rights and even genocide.
For instance, the administration and the president did not attempt to intervene in the conflict in Rwanda where a real genocide occurred.
In fact it was not the only fact that caused severe criticism of the Clinton administration and its international policy. The nuclear policy led by the president administration was also criticised. On the accords were signed North Korea abandoned its ambitions to acquire nuclear weapons but in mid s it was reported that North Korea violated these Accords and consequently it was hardly possible to speak about the positive effects of the American-North Korean negotiations and agreements.
All these fact emphasize the ambiguous nature of the Clinton administration international policy. However, all the criticism referring to both domestic and international policy of the Clinton administration seems to be quite insignificant compared to allegations in the weakening of national security system and putting under a great threat the security of the country, which became particularly sounding after the end of the presidential term of Bill Clinton. As it has already mentioned the president formed his administration practically ignoring military wing and basically civilians occupied the key position in his administration.
But what was more important the president administration limited the financing of military forces and reduced their number. The Navy was reduced from ships to Naturally such cuts of quantity was accompanied with lesser financing of the military forces that was considered by specialists as the threat to national security.
Furthermore, it is during the Clinton presidency and the work of his administration that the notorious Al-Qaeda began to emerge as the major terrorist threat. In , its groups bombed American embassies in Tanzania and Kenia. In response, the Clinton administration decided to cruise missile strikes on terrorist camps in Kandahar, Afghanistan and a suspected chemical weapons facilities in Khartoum, Sudan.
Moreover, Clinton gave orders, authorizing arrest or, if necessary, assassination of the leader of Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden. Unfortunately, Americans did not succeed in it and the critics of the president administration remind the ignoring the questions of national security and lack of attention to military forces and advisors working in the Clinton administration.
Clinton had bigger things on his agenda, and he was eager to get started. Clinton was ready to make his high school dream a reality. Clinton announced his intention to seek the Democratic presidential nomination.
In his campaigns outline, a booklet titled A plan for Americas Future, Clinton boldly declared that the future of the nation is in serious jeopardy and that he has suggestions, answers, and solutions to the problems which we face. Clinton had a plan to jump-start our economy in the short-term and a new long-term strategy to turn our countries economy around and restore the American Dream for all. While Clinton was governor, he was constantly coming up with new ideas, goals, and campaign tactics, just waiting for this moment to put them to use.
Clinton possessed excellent campaigning skills. He had the ability to sharply identify issues in his favor. As most everyone does, Clinton had the tendency to give in to public opinion instead of trying to shape it. At 46, he was the youngest U. One of the first things that Clinton was faced was dealing with the economic state of the country.
Bill Clinton was born William Jefferson Blythe IV on August 19th in Hope Arkansas His father died 6 months before his birth. His mother married Roger Clinton in June of
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Bill Clinton Bill Clinton was the best president in the past 50 years. William Jefferson Bill Clinton was born August 19, He is a distinguished USA politician and served as the 42nd President of USA from – (Chris, 1). At the age of 46, he became inaugurated and thus, considered among the youngest presidents in the USA history. Bill Clinton After being governor of Arkansas for the past ten years of his life, he began to become impatient. Clinton had bigger things on his agenda, and he was eager to get started. Clinton was ready to make his high school dream a reality. Clinton announced his intention to seek the Democratic presidential nomination/5(1).
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