“In order to be considered truly free, countries must also have a deep love of liberty and an abiding respect for the rule of law.”
A President who is not focused on foreign policy and national security is not doing his job as commander-in-chief of the armed forces.
We all want to be free—politically and spiritually. The cause of a free Tibet, therefore, is the cause of all people.
Religious rights must be at the forefront of any human rights policy. Unless we understand this, our ability to fight for any freedom at all is compromised.
We believe that our form of government, as articulated in the Constitution, has brought forth the most successful society in the history of the world.
I said at the outset that this stage in Russia’s transition to democracy is cause for optimism and pessimism. Ultimately, I think optimism will triumph.
The most important lessons this year has taught are, first, that we must expect the unexpected, and second, that we must stand firm for what we believe.
Remember Pearl Harbor. Support any friend, oppose any foe. These are policies which millions of Americans understand and support. It is time to act upon them again.
The conduct of foreign policy today is full of moral language. There is much more moral language than there is morality, or true moral inquiry.
Terrorism, in one form or another, is as old as civilization itself. There is a great variety in the methods of attack which can be used today