Crowe tackles European issues

Ambassador William J. Crowe Jr. discussed European foreign policy during his first lecture Wednesday as this year’s Shapiro Professor in the Elliott School of International Affairs.

He said top priorities of American foreign policy should include NATO expansion, attention to the economic repercussions of the European Union, the Bosnian civil war and Russia’s emergence from Communism.

Crowe’s career has included service in the U.S. Navy and a stint as the chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President Reagan. He is teaching an ESIA graduate course on the role of the Joint Chiefs in foreign policy.

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