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US FOREIGN POLICY

Once against nation-building, Bush now involved

By Wayne Washington
Globe Staff / March 2, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- The very words "nation building" were akin to an expletive when George W. Bush ran for the White House four years ago. But now, as he seeks a second term, United States intervention in Haiti is but the latest example of how nation-building has become a defining feature of his administration's foreign policy. (Full Article: 858 Words)

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