Madeleine Albright


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I was raised Catholic, became Episcopalian & found out later my family was Jewish. I stand ready to register as Muslim in #solidarity. America must remain open to people of all faiths &
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Jan 26 2017
Madeleine Albright has most recently been quoted in an article called White House to keep dialogue open with Mexico. Madeleine Albright said, “I was raised Catholic, became Episcopalian & found out later my family was Jewish. I stand ready to register as Muslim in #solidarity. America must remain open to people of all faiths & backgrounds.”. Madeleine Albright has been quoted a grand total of 19 times in 4 articles.
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Well I think they're wrong. I think that she is a remarkable woman who has been a very good and dedicated public servant. I've known her for a very long time, she's very smart, she works very very hard and she is better, she has more experience than anybody that's ever run for president of the United States. She listens to people, both at home and abroad. She as senator was on the armed services committee, knows how that works, and as secretary of state she restored America's reputation. So I think there's nobody better

I think we actually are in a worse situation than when we were in office, which was during the 1990's when there was a great deal of hope and excitement about the end of the Cold War – looking at how Europe could in fact be a part of NATO and the European Union, and a sense that the United Nations could operate. I think it was really a time of a lot of hope and

I do, definitely and I know there are a lot of people critical of it. I actually spent time as a child in Belgrade, my father was the Czechoslovak ambassador to Yugoslavia. I am not welcome in Belgrade these days but I really do think that what we did, because of the kinds of things that Milosevic and Karadzic were doing, that they were justified. And to give the opportunity to the Bosnians and the Kosovars to be able to make decisions about how their country should be

Well I think this is the hardest question at the moment. America is a very unusual country. We are not a colonial power, we don't want to be the policemen of the world. And in many ways it's kind of hard to figure out when we should be involved and when we shouldn't. And we are criticised for

In Syria. Well generally. But Secretary Clinton was saying, and she is for a no-fly zone, a safe area, in Syria. I happen to think it would have been easier to do earlier. I do wish that we had sorted out better who some of the rebel groups were earlier. But the hardest part, and I am very careful about this, is that judgments were made about decisions that were made during the Clinton administration, that it's easy to be on the outside and say 'X should have happened.' The people that are in office make decisions based on the information that they have at the time. And I think that… I personally wish that we had done something earlier in

I've never seen such a combo of simplistic slogans and contradictions and misstatements in one

I think there is basic ignorance about how the people that live in these countries have not been able to have jobs, have been in some ways kind of propagandised to hate

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