Posts tagged Madeleine Albright
Why young women are so upset at Madeleine Albright and Gloria Steinem, explained

"Unlike in her first shot at the presidency, Hillary Clinton has centered her second White House run on the allure of electing the nation’s first woman president. It’s a pitch she makes often, usually ending her speeches by conjuring an image of America in which "a father can tell his daughter, ‘Yes, you can be anything you want to be, even president of the United States.’""

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Madeleine Albright: 'All of a Sudden, Diplomacy Is Being Degraded'

"Madeleine Albright—who as secretary of state in the Clinton administration presided over one of the last diplomatic breakthroughs with North Korea, visiting Pyongyang to negotiate directly with Kim Jong Il—argued on Thursday that the organization she used to lead is being hollowed out just when the United States needs it most. Today, it confronts a North Korean nuclear-weapons program that, under Kim Jong Il’s son Kim Jong Un, has rapidly advanced to the point of directly threatening the United States."

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Madeleine Albright Discusses Her Jewish Background And Her New Book, ‘Prague Winter’

"In the 11 years since she held one of the highest positions in American government as secretary of state, Madeleine Albright has been a professor, Democratic campaigner, grandmother and founder of an international business consulting firm. And she’s authored books on national politics, foreign relations and her famous collection of brooches and pins."

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