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Campaign '96 / International Records / Lake Interview (Part I) #407375

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 23, 1996
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Interview held with National Security Adviser Anthony Lake about international issues behind campaign '96. [LAKE - cites progress in controlling terrorism and nuclear materials in the former Soviet union, the developing role of the United States as the pivotal point for peace around the world; defends the administration's actions in Somalia and Haiti, for example; asserts that it is in our national interest to promote the values of democracy; comments on the decision to allow Iran to ship weapons to the Bosnian Muslims, which were important in maintaining a balance there that led to the Dayton peace agreements.] Republican-led Congressional committees said now investigating the arms deals.

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Woodruff, Judy
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00:08:10

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