Posts Tagged ‘State Department’

Clinton to Armenia : Democracy Nothing Without Pluralism

Speaking in the Armenian capital of Yerevan, U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton and current U.S. Ambassador Armenia, Marie L. Yovanovitch, spoke about the importance of civil society in democracy formation. Most specifically, Secretary Clinton spoke out against a law that would limit the rollout of digital television and radio throughout Armenia. Under the law, […]

Video : Conservatives Re-Igniting McCartyhism Tactics Against Obama

“But we cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home. The actions of the Junior Senator from Wisconsin have caused alarm and dismay among our allies abroad and given considerable comfort to our enemies. And whose fault is that? Not really his. He didn‘t create this situation of fear, he merely exploited it and […]

Secretary Clinton’s Statements on the Four Freedoms

Speaking at the historic Waldorf-Astoria in New York City on Friday, United States Secretary of State addressed the universal concepts of freedom as outlined by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt on January 06, 1941. In particular, Secretary Clinton focused her speech on how the Four Freedoms outlined by Roosevelt are being attacked throughout the world in […]

Iranian Government Denies Prisoner Rape Claims, Admits to ‘Mistakes’ of Torture

Aside from coming right out and declaring the highly disputed June 12 tenth Presidential election in Iran, ‘bogus,’ an editorial in the New York Times takes Iran to task for claims of abuse against the thousands imprisoned in the post-election protests. In particular, the Times’ focuses upon claims made by Mehdi Karroubi and corroborated by […]

Hillary Clinton Laughs off Tina Brown’s Burqa Claims

Tina Brown seems to think that in a ploy to appease and reign in the Clintons, Barack Obama is purposely keeping Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other Stated Department officials from high profile events and visits that should normally be attended by members of the Department of State. In the questionably titled Blog post, […]