Last quote by Tom Malinowski
[U.S. presidents] have generally, and [Obama's] statement is in keeping, found a way to express the importance of our respect for human rights, even in a situation where a president might decide to emphasize the positive elements of a relationship for whatever reason.feedback
The latest quote from Tom Malinowski is: “With Trump there is an instinctive affinity for certain types of authoritarian personalities. By certain types, I mean the ones that strut about a lot, that use shows of macho strength to compensate for their insecurities.”. It comes from the What's So Bad About Trump Calling Erdogan? article. You’ll find on this page 3 articles with Tom Malinowski quoted on topics such as reaction and scale. Tom Malinowski has been quoted 8 times in 3 articles.
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Quotes by Tom Malinowski
Apr 18 2017
With Trump there is an instinctive affinity for certain types of authoritarian personalities. By certain types, I mean the ones that strut about a lot, that use shows of macho strength to compensate for their insecurities.feedback
Apr 18 2017
The only thing you would be congratulating that person for is winning a substantive change to his constitution, and that's an odd thing to do in a case where the change makes the constitution less democratic. There have been times when we have chosen not to criticize a foreign leader for violating democratic principles. I can't think of the last time we've congratulated a leader for doing that.feedback
Mar 03 2017
This is historically seen as one of easiest ways for a secretary of state to demonstrate a commitment to this part of the department's agenda.feedback
Jan 06 2017
People don't film themselves committing a human rights abuse unless they think that doing so is normal and allowed. What that video suggests to me is that this kind of behavior, at least with respect to whatever unit or elements of the security forces was involved, has become normalized, much as the photographs at Abu Ghraib taught us the same lesson about things that were going on in our military in Iraq at the time.feedback
Jan 06 2017
Outside forces would eventually exploit those grievances to promote a violent reaction. It does seem that something like that, at least on a small scale, has happened. We do want to support the government of Burma in protecting its people and its borders. We want to help them do it the right way. That means not falling into the trap of an indiscriminate response that fuels recruitment for groups that may be using violence.feedback
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