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Now that Muammar Gaddafi is gone it’s time to make up the balance and see if the followed strategy which has lead to success is a model for a new kind of diplomacy and military intervention. TIME portrays US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton’s role in the whole affair and admideres her working style which has led to a UN Security council resolution authorizing US.-led military intervention. Something that can be seen as a diplomatic miracle when you have to face with a possible Russian veto which is traditionally used to counter possible American military action in the world.
Clinton explains the Libya intervention coalition : her goals is to assert US leadership in the most values-centered way, using the new tools and techniques available for diplomacy and development--so-called smart power--to build more-durable coalitions and networks ... Libya was a chance for the US to demonstrate what it means to really put together a strong coalition in which their usual allies participated but new allies as well.
Clinton replies in the Q&A to criticism that this new style of leadership is too much of “leading from behind”. According to her because of US diplomacy there wouldn’t have been a UN Security Council resolution and there would not have been such a powerful military intervention that got the job done.
If you really want China to do something, never pressure them in public to do it. China has been pushing the value of their currency lower, until last week when politicians in the US congress decided to make China’s monetary policy a highly politicized discussion point.
Because of China’s currency values, politicians struggle with the fact that China can export so cheaply to other countries and American businesses export so many jobs to China.
One of the strange things that the article mentions is that figures show the exact opposite. Maybe China’s is benefiting most from their currency policy, but despite that US export to China rose 468% in the last decade.
This article plus a good view on why questioning the faith of Republican politicians is a bad idea and an extensive view on why the war in Afghanistan can never be won are just a few of many reasons why you should subscribe to TIME magazine.