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As crises erupt, sea change seen in Bush foreign policy

Less toughness, more restraint

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / July 14, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- The dramatic escalation of violence in Israel and Lebanon yesterday added yet another international crisis to the Bush administration's list of mounting problems, which include a looming confrontation with Iran over its nuclear program, North Korea's missile tests, and steadily rising sectarian killings in Iraq. (Full article: 944 words)

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