Secretary Clinton on U.S. Foreign Policy
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talked about the foreign policy issues and trends likely to confront the U.S. during the year… read more
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talked about the foreign policy issues and trends likely to confront the U.S. during the year ahead. Of the Syrian civil war, she said that the Syrian opposition was “now capable of holding ground” and “better equipped” to bring the fight to the government, but stopped short of declaring the country at its “tipping point.” She also discussed the future of U.S. foreign policy and economic growth and Pacific Asia. In addition, she spoke about the various challenges in the Middle East, stating that the biggest challenge was getting “the big crises right.”
Jake Sullivan, Director of Policy Planning introduced Secretary Clinton. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Clinton, Hillary Rodham Secretary Department of State
- Rothkopf, David J. Chief Executive Officer & Editor at Large Washington Post Company->FP Group
- Sullivan, Jake Director Department of State->Policy Planning
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