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environment. china has emerged as an economic power in global trade. and our interactions have been both friendly and adversarial. while russia seeks respect and relevance on the global stage, its recent activities have disregarded america's interests. radical islam is not a new ideology. but it is hateful, deadly, and an illegitimate expression of the islamic faith. adversaries like iran and north korea pose great threats to the world because of their refusal to conform to international norms. as we confront these realities, how should america respond? my answer is simple. to achieve the stability that is foundational to peace and security in the 21st century, american leadership must not only be renewed, it must be asserted. we have many advantages on which to build. our alliances are durable. and our allies are looking for a return of our leadership. our men and women in uniform are the world's finest fighting force. and we possess -- >> senators, be brave. protect my community. protect america. rex tillerson, i reject you. i reject you. my home was destroyed by hurricane sandy. >> ou
map china re-drawing that had been around for thousands of years in the south china sea, claiming islands, properties, and doing things that until that time had not occurred. we had the whole destabilization of europe where confidence levels in europe were the lowest they have been in our lifetimes. about driven by concerns what our role is, but also the role of russia and what it has been doing in the region and the role of immigrants that are flowing in. the whole challenging of the european model. then we have had a campaign that has been unorthodox. one that has also given concern to our allies in the world and the many around the world as to where america is going to be. that hasof this chaos exhibited through multiple administrations and will continue under this for a. wheree, we have had chaos the united states has been withdrawing its leadership role. that is a recipe or further chaos. this is a very important hearing. the other dayity to sit down with general flame, n,o will be -- general flyn who will be the national security advisor. his focus is on our country doing we
world. we had china redrawing a map that had been around for thousands of years in the south china sea and claiming islands and properties and building runways and doing things, again, until that time had not occurred. we've had the whole destabilization of europe where i think confidence levels in europe probably the lowest they've been in our lifetimes. driven by concerns about in many cases what our role is but also the role of russia and what it's been doing in the region, the role of immigrants that are flowing in and the whole challenging of the european model. and then we've had a campaign, let's face it, somewhat unorthodox. one that is also given concern to our allies in the world and to many around the world as to just where america is going to be. with all of this chaos that has exhibited through multiple administrations and will continue under this for a period of time, we've had chaos where the united states has been withdrawn in its leadership role and to me, that's a recipe for further chaos. so this is a very important hearing. i had the ability today to sit down with g
and are met. china has emerged as a global power in economic trade. our interactions have been both friendly and adversarial. while russia seeks respect on the global stage, the recent activities has is regarded american interests. radical islam is not a new ideology but it is hateful, expression a wrong of the islamic faith. as we confront these realities, how should america respond? my answer is simple. to achieve this ability that is foundational to peace and security, american leadership must not only be renewed but asserted. we have many advantages on which to build. our alliances are durable, and our alliances -- our allies are looking forward to our return to leadership. our men and women represent the world's strongest fighting force. [inaudible] >> senators, be brave. protect my community. protect america. i reject you. mr. tillerson: our men and women in uniform are the world's finest fighting force. we possess the world's largest economy. america is still the destination of choice for people the world over because of our track record of benevolence and hope for our fellow
in other issues, a adversary, and not unlike the comments on china. at times china is friendly, ad at times china is an adversary. but with russia, engagement is necessary in order to define what is that relationship going to be, and then we will know how to chart our own plan of action to respond to that. >> in my mind, looking at the different nations, you have rivals, allies, friendly adversaries and enemies. so you are putting russia in the friendly -- >> they are unfriendly, and i hope they do not move to enemy, because it will imply more direct conflict with one another. >> but you don't have much hope to move them into the maybe friendly rival cat goirks mayeg partners where we have mutual interests? >> senator, i tend to think in three categories. friends, and they are our partners and they are our adversaries, and at times, certain that our friends are partners from time to time on specific action, and adversaries from time to time can be partners, but on other issues, we are just not going to agree and we remain adversaries, and adversary at the ideological level is one t
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)