Cartoon highlights foreign pitfalls

Danziger's editorial cartoon of the ``Clinton View of the World,'' May 11, is a classic. While many will see it as critical of President Clinton's caution in foreign policy, many others will be reassured: They voted for Clinton precisely because he tends to avoid risky foreign entanglements.

The latter hope the president will post that cartoon on his desk as a reminder every time he is pressured to intervene where US interests are ambiguous. There are countless potential ``Vietnams'' out there, which all American presidents should avoid. Edward A. Olsen, Monterey, Calif. Professor, National Security Affairs Naval Postgraduate School

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