Tag Archives: Hillary Clinton

Nicholas Burns on John Kerry

John Kerry, the Dealmaker-in-Chief By Nicholas Burns Boston Globe “When Senator John Kerry is confirmed as secretary of state later this month, he will encounter a number of complex tests as America’s top diplomat. The first is his challenging inbox, … Continue reading

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David Ignatius on John Kerry

The Case for John Kerry as Secretary of State By David Ignatius The Washington Post “What kind of secretary of state would Sen. John Kerry make? That’s the question of the moment after U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice’s surprise decision Thursday … Continue reading

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David Ignatius on European free-trade agreement

A Free-trade Agreement with Europe? By David Ignatius “At a recent meeting of German business and foreign-policy leaders, one participant summed up an anxiety that’s almost palpable here: “Europeans have a sense of being left alone. You Americans don’t understand how … Continue reading

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Joseph S. Nye on China and economy

Richer China can also make US Profit Interview with Joseph S. Nye Global Times (China) “The US presidential elections and China’s 18th Party congress were undoubtedly among the biggest global events in November. In recent years, “China’s rise” and the “US … Continue reading

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Chuck Freilich on Mideast peace

Renew the Mideast Peace Process? Not Now. By Chuck Freilich Los Angeles Times “Israelis cynically refer to the repeated rounds of violence with the Arabs as ‘happiness,’ as in ‘it’s happy today.’ Before the cease-fire, as Hamas fired 1,000 rockets … Continue reading

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