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of revenue are. that's why we're also working with china and russia to pressure more on how commodities are delivered into north korea because that is very visible. the intricate financial networks that they have established around the world are challenging. but they're not impossible to address. we're working closely with the treasury department, we can substantiate because we don't want to take inadvertent action against someone that we're not confident is violating these sanctions. we are moving. the approach is we reveal this to the host government. we say to them, we have this information, we're confident with this information, we're going to ask you to deal with this within your own country. so that we're not to the extent possible, interfering with their own ability to manage this. but we've also told them if you do not deal with it or if you do not want to deal with it, we will certainly be willing to deal with it ourselves. we're in a stage where we're moving into this next effort of are we going to have to in effect, start taking secondary actions. because countrie
following a terrorist incident and our treaty commitments or european allies. russia and china have been allis elevated with a new game of power politics. while treaties like allies of the republic of korea and democratic allies international norms and standards are subject to bullying. the leaders of egypt and the la quinta and others commit devastating human rights offenses and the rights and aspirations of egyptian and filipino people are dismissed. russia has attacked her democracy and invaded eastern ukraine yet to president trump in your administration seems hell-bent on finding easements even exploring how to return russian spy facilities the united states which presumably mr. putin would be able to put to good use. as i've said before democracy does not defend itself. those of us on this dais and those of us in this room mustt defend democracy and defend the notion of good governance. we know americans derive from its values and we must neverer retreat from that core concept yet when you suggested the department state this year that we divorce our guys or policies use it jus
incident. russia and china appear to be elevated to privileged positions ahead of our allies and a new game of power politics, while trees with allies like australia and the republic of korea are subject to bullying. the leaders of each of the philippines and others who commit devastating human rights offenses are impressive -- are russia has attacked our democracy, illegally and invaded eastern ukraine. as i said before, democracy does not defend itself. we, those of us on this dais, those of us in this room must defend democracy in the notion of good governance. americansat the derive strength from its value and we must never retreat from the core concept. yet in a speech earlier this year, that we can divorce our values from our policies, you suggested such a retreat. the deep cuts to international affairs spending in your budget proposal is an approach to american for desta foreign policy that is nothing but a devastating assault on american interest in valleys. what is most perplexing to me is that defense secretary mattis made it clear that it is critically important to developme
appears indifferent at best to our treaty conditions to our european allies. russia and china appear to be elevated to privileged positions ahead of our allies in a new game of great power politics while treaties like allies like australia and the republic of korea and dej allies and partners are subject to bullying. the leaders of the philippines and others who commit devastating human rights offenses are embraced while the rights and aspirations of the egyptian people and filipino people are dismissed. russia attack our democracy, illegally annexed crimea, invaded ukraine, yet president trump and your administration seems to be trying to appease, which presumably mr. putin would be able to put to good use. as i said before democracy does not defend itself. we those of us on this dias and those of us in this room must defend democracy and defend the notion of good govern yanls. we know americans derives its strength from its values and we must never retreat from core concept yet when you suggested at speech at department of state earlier this year we could divorce our values from our p
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