by Jasmin Ramsey
“He may be the only person in the world who can telephone both Senator Dianne Feinsten and the Hezbollah Chief Hassan Nasrallah,” writes the veteran U.S. foreign affairs journalist Robin Wright about Iran’s famous foreign minister.
via Lobe Log
Further to Jim’s post on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s explicit statement on Friday that Washington wants bilateral talks with Iran, are similar comments she made on Nov. 30 at the Foreign Policy Group’s “Transformational Trends 2013″ Forum:
QUESTION: Robin Wright.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Hi, Robin.
QUESTION: I want to ask you [...]
- U.S. Ally Yemen in Danger of Splitting into Two – Again
- U.S.-India Partnership a Step Forward for Low-Carbon Growth
- Young People in Latin America Face Stigma and Inequality
- Developing Nations Write Hopeful New Chapters in a Toxic Legacy
- OPINION: The Corporate Takeover of Ukrainian Agriculture
- Zimbabwe Battles with Energy Poverty
- Cuba and U.S. Skirt Obstacles to Normalisation of Ties
- OPINION: Looking Two Steps Ahead into Saudi Arabia’s Future
- Africa’s Rural Women Must Count in Water Management
- Renewables Can Benefit Water, Energy and Food Nexus