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The Economist

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Hillary Clinton

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If Mr Hussein refuses to disarm, it would be right to go to war.
23 Feb 2003    Source
Agree Should the United States invade Iraq? Agree
This is a very difficult vote. This is probably the hardest decision I have ever had to make -- any vote that may lead to war should be hard -- but I cast it with conviction. And perhaps my decision is influenced by my eight years of experience on the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue in the White House watching my husband deal with serious challenges to our nation.
10 Nov 2002    Source
[The Economist was] founded in 1843 to support the cause of free trade.
01 Jan 1843    Source
Agree Is free trade generally beneficial for a country? Agree
This is a sad day for supporters of free and fair rules-based trade. Our relationship with our Central American neighbors is a critical one. The right CAFTA deal would strengthen ties between the U.S. and these nations. I urge the Administration to reopen the CAFTA negotiations and re-establish the broad, bipartisan coalition for trade.
30 Jun 2005    Source
WikiLeaks is able to improve the quality of our democracy. Of course, those jealously protective of the privileges of unaccountable state power will tell us that people will die if we can read their email, but so what? Different people, maybe more people, will die if we can't.
29 Nov 2010    Source
Disagree Will the WikiLeaks cable leaks do more harm than good? Mostly Agree
Now, I am aware that some may mistakenly applaud those responsible, so I want to set the record straight: There is nothing laudable about endangering innocent people, and there is nothing brave about sabotaging the peaceful relations between nations on which our common security depends.
30 Nov 2010    Source
It's part of the nature of human communication that one doesn't always say the same thing to every audience. There are perfectly good reasons why you don't always tell the same story to your boss as you do to your spouse. ...simply grabbing as many diplomatic cables as you can get your hands on and making them public is not a socially worthy activity.
29 Nov 2010    Source
Agree Will the WikiLeaks cable leaks do more harm than good? Mostly Agree
Now, I am aware that some may mistakenly applaud those responsible, so I want to set the record straight: There is nothing laudable about endangering innocent people, and there is nothing brave about sabotaging the peaceful relations between nations on which our common security depends.
30 Nov 2010    Source