Foreign Policy Community Reacts to Bush Speech Some foreign policy experts question the central theme of President Bush's inaugural address: that the United States will support the growth of democratic movements "in every nation and culture." Critics are skeptical that such an approach is not feasible where countries such as China and North Korea are concerned.
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Foreign Policy Community Reacts to Bush Speech

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Foreign Policy Community Reacts to Bush Speech

Foreign Policy Community Reacts to Bush Speech

Foreign Policy Community Reacts to Bush Speech

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Some foreign policy experts question the central theme of President Bush's inaugural address: that the United States will support the growth of democratic movements "in every nation and culture." Critics are skeptical that such an approach is not feasible where countries such as China and North Korea are concerned.