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Clinton’s “Principles” for Asia-Pacific Prosperity » HONGKONG


U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton speaks during a luncheon organized by the American Chamber of Commerce at Island Shangri-La in Hong Kong July 25, 2011. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA – Tags: POLITICS)

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  • Posted by Nobody Home


    Dear Colleagues, Mrs Secretary Hello always a pleasure … It all depends , why talking in Hong Kong what you guys have in mind it is clear from many years ago…
    Again its a great initiative but to have the plan to come to fruition ASAP we must focus on the future and not on present time.
    Unfortunally the step we are taking today are a waste of time something that previous generation may deplore as lazyness.

    We have to gather on Syria and Iran understanding who it will be the next not forecasted enemy in order to stop the project made many years ago.

    Another step is to develop as fast as possible what is possible and turn to military what comes from reading University in England.

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