Madeleine Albright: “America and Europe, including Spain, must lead. Otherwise, others will take our place”
“America and Europe, including Spain, must lead. Otherwise, others will take our place.” This was confirmed by Madeleine Albright, the first woman to hold the position of US Secretary of State, between 1997 and January 2001 with Bill Clinton, at the Second International Economic Forum for expansion.
Albright presented his book “His Vision of the United States” after the forum opened. “Many countries can help, but no other group of countries has both the historical identity with the freedom and the geographic extent to inspire and strengthen democratic institutions in all regions. If the United States and Europe are not at the fore, others will take our place. Whether they are Ruled with an iron fist or extremists who do not recognize any rules, this would leave the world with a choice between oppression and chaos. We owe our children a better alternative than that,” Albright says when US President Joe BidenTomorrow, in Europe on his first trip abroad, he will meet with the European Union, NATO, the Group of Seven and Putin. According to the chief in Washington Post, “to achieve America’s renewed commitment” to its allies and partners.
This moment comes as Albright hopes “that we are on the road to recovery and that we will soon return not just to normal life, but to a renewed sense of optimism about freedom and justice around the world.” Throughout her life, she was born in Allbight Prague in 1937, places “high importance on the ability of the United States and Europe to work together, confront external threats, and advance democratic institutions and values,” he explains.
For the former Democratic Secretary of State, “In recent years, our transoceanic assembly has faced some turmoil, and the result has been to create doubts where there has always been confidence. Today, with a new administration in Washington, I am pleased to report that we have corrected our course and are once again heading in the right direction.” I hope the president brings with him a simple message: America is back“.
Now is the time to “act boldly together to achieve and achieve a lasting victory over the epidemic New investments in global health. realize that while someone is threatened by the virus, everyone is at risk,” says Albright, who also points to other challenges: preventing an environmental catastrophe, that the United States and the European Union are finding a joint approach to managing technology that champions Democrats, and the threats that Formed by hackers and terrorists, the snakes nest of territorial disputes and the unwanted return of hyper-nationalism, for which he believes “we must defend fundamental freedoms and help each other fulfill the social contract”.
In this sense, Albright asserts, “Although he has been in office for less than five months, President Biden has already set a very different tone than his predecessor. He believes his tone should be confident as the economic recovery in the United States is gaining momentum and the virus is being crushed.” By launching a powerful vaccination for management.”
But he hopes it will also bring “a powerful dose of humility to Europe because the problems facing Western democracies are enormous and cannot be solved by any single country.” However, he asserts, his ambitions are to do much more,” and recalls that Biden said he “wanted to show that democracy can work not only in the United States, but around the world.”
To support this idea, he quoted a speech by the president in March: “We must show that our model is not a relic of history. It is the best way to fulfill the promise of the future.”
Albright”Great things await Europe, especially Spain, due to its unique relations with Latin America and its leadership in the field of women and foreign policy, Which came recently in the announcement of its new feminist foreign policy. So I look forward to a new era of cooperation between our two countries,” he says, referring to the circular that Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya, to embassies, where gender equality is positioned as a “distinctive element” of Spanish diplomacy.
In Albright’s view, “The United States and Spain have always had many common interests, but we haven’t always had leaders who truly understand them. Now together, let’s seize the opportunity.” Strengthening our bonds, thus serving justice, defending freedom and upholding the dignity and rights of every human being“.
The former Secretary of State, who declares that she is “optimistic” because she firmly believes in the ability of human beings to learn from history and create economic and political solutions”, is President of the Albright Stonebridge Group, a consulting firm, and Chair Emeritus of Project Global Justice, which works to advance the rule of law. In the world.
During her tenure, she was known for the pins she chooses for every occasion, which carried messages about her politics. for him II Expansin International Economic Forum, you have chosen a round gem that displays a map of the world.
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