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Who says the State Department does not have a coherent, well-focused foreign policy? Read what one aide told reporters during the recent Haig visit to New Zealand concerning the administration's new policy on Asia:

"What we are seeking to do is to force an integrated political, economic and security mosaic that is structured to be responsive to local needs and sensitivities while above all serving the United States global interests and objectives, and in that sense this Pacific region is integrated conceptually with all we are doing in other regions."

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