Secretary Clinton Delivers Remarks on Economic Statecraft

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
October 14, 2011

On October 14, 2011, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered a major address on the role of economics in our foreign policy to the Economic Club of New York. Secretary Clinton outlined how the United States uses economic statecraft to enhance our global leadership and renew our economic strength at home, delivering for the American people. You can read the full text of the Secretary's remarks here.



October 15, 2011

W.W. writes:

Economics trade finance is not a club

OWS : ooops

October 14, 2011

W.W. writes:

A reason to fly a reason for life :

Inverted totalitarianism reverses things. It is all politics all of the time but a politics largely untempered by the political. Party squabbles are occasionally on public display, and there is a frantic and continuous politics among factions of the party, interest groups, competing corporate powers, and rival media concerns. And there is, of course, the culminating moment of national elections when the attention of the nation is required to make a choice of personalities rather than a choice between alternatives. What is absent is the political, the commitment to finding where the common good lies amidst the welter of well-financed, highly organized, single-minded interests rabidly seeking governmental favors and overwhelming the practices of representative government and public administration by a sea of cash

Karen S.
October 16, 2011

Karen S. in Canada writes:

Thank you for explaining economic statecraft in plain English. Although doubts about policy and intent remain at an all time high, the timing for follow through and delivery couldn't be better. I like the idea of taking an army of women with proven track records to help formulate the plan and deliver your "stick with us & help us help you" message. Women of the Western world are indeed an underutilized superpower (any many fine men as well :) You sold me.

United States
October 17, 2011

Loan in the USA writes:

All people deserve good life and home loans or just college loan will make it better. Because people's freedom depends on money state.


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