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CSPAN
Aug 16, 2014 3:00am EDT
interest in acquiring or building a nuclear weapon. china was on the rise and you have the yarn the challenges of climate change in poverty and human rights. and so, i'm wondering if the secretary of state is in somewhat of an exercise in triage. >> that's an interesting way to put it, lissa because i think it is a multilevel job all at the same time. there are crises that require immediate attention in the intensive care unit. i mean, you have to put everybody together, both physically or virtually. you have to be building those alliance is in tending to those partnerships in the midst of a crisis in order to deal with the crisis. but then there are the emergencies, but not as serious as the one they tend to care unit. if you continue with this metaphor, a big emergency room with all kinds of injuries. people who are there representing countries, representing individuals, nonstate is in the light, all of whom need tending. they are not going away. they are expect to the united states to show up and to make a move however we define that. and of course there are the longer-term chron
CSPAN
Aug 15, 2014 8:00pm EDT
acquiring or build a nuclear weapon, china on to the rise and then the ongoing challenges of climate change and poverty and human rights, and so i'm wondering if being secretary of state isn't somewhat of an enter size in triage. >> guest: that's an interesting way to put it, because i think it's a multileveled job all at the same time. there are the crises that require immediate attention, and, yes, the intensive care unit. you have to put everybody together, both physically or virtually. you have to be building those alliances and tending to those partnerships in the midst of a crisis in order to deal with the crisis. then there are the emergencies but not as serious as the ones in the intensive care unit. you have a big -- if you continue with this metaphor -- a big emergency room with all kinds of injuries, people who are there representing countries, representing individuals, nonstate actors and the like, all of whom need tending. they're not going awayment they're expecting the united states to show up and to make a move however we define that. and then there's the longer term
CSPAN
Jul 3, 2014 8:00pm EDT
frayed or fraying, iran was making no bones about their interest in a nuclear weapon, china was on the rise and you had the ongoing climate change, poverty and human rights issues. so i am wondering if being secretary of state isn't a lesson in triage. >> that is an interesting way to put it. i think it is a multi level job all at the same time. there are crisis that require immediate attention and the intensive care unit. you have to put everyone together physically or virtually and building alliances and tending to partnerships in the midst of the crisis to in order to deal with the crisis. and then there are the emergencys but not as serious as the intensive care unit. you have a big emergency room with all kinds of injuries. people who are there representing countries, representing individuals, non-state actor and the like all of whom need tending. they are not going away and they are expecting the united states to show up and make a move however we define that. and then of course there are the longer term chronic problems and the ward is filled with people who are struggling. i sa
CSPAN
Aug 15, 2015 1:53am EDT
no bones about its interest in acquiring or building a nuclear weapon. china was on the rise and you have the yarn the challenges of climate change in poverty and human rights. and so, i'm wondering if the secretary of state is in somewhat of an exercise in triage. >> that's an interesting way to put it, lissa because i think it is a multilevel job all at the same time. there are crises that require immediate attention in the intensive care unit. i mean, you have to put everybody together, both physically or virtually. you have to be building those alliance is in tending to those partnerships in the midst of a crisis in order to deal with the crisis. but then there are the emergencies, but not as serious as the one they tend to care unit. if you continue with this metaphor, a big emergency room with all kinds of injuries. people who are there representing countries, representing individuals, nonstate is in the light, all of whom need tending. they are not going away. they are expect to the united states to show up and to make a move however we define that. and of course there are
CSPAN
Jun 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
many low risk so much to join our mosaic. even china's new president, she champagne has picked up the theme starting to talk about a chinese dream. we know that america is strongest when prosperity and common purpose are broadly shared, when all our people believe they have the opportunity and in fact due to participate fully in our economy and our democracy. now, the empirical evidence tells us that our society is healthiest and our economy grows fastest when people in the middle or working and thriving and when people at the bottom believe that they can make their way into that rod-based mittal. now this is not a new insight. it is time-tested wisdom. it is at the heart of what i believe is the basic arkin of america to matter who you are or where you come from, if you work hard and play by the rules will have the opportunity to build a good life for yourself and your family. now unfortunately it is no secret that for too many families in america today, that isn't the way of works anymore. instead of getting ahead, they find it harder than ever to get their footing in our changi
CSPAN
Aug 14, 2015 10:21pm EDT
blind dissident to not endanger the substance of the relationship we are building with china. continue from my time in the senate we had extensive economic discussions with currency and trade carried out primarily from a the treasury department with so many strategic issues and though one off way but we could see the chinese are much more comfortable talking about the concerns around the economy than they were for political or strategic issues. one of the first things that we combined the strategic dialogue to embody those discussions we had with tidies counterparts. to invite your agreed the white house signed off their presenting it to do the chinese, they responded and that meant we put together teams from sanitary hygiene standards for the safety of toys to environmental clean energy projects to student exchanges. we've put it all out there to build a more comprehensive connection not just for one president but to build a framework into the future. would have been tense meetings with that dialogue and spend a lot of time with the counterparts with a lot of "in-depth" disc
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