Marie Slaughter & State Department

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The CEO of the New America foundation and former State Department official on her new book about how networks ar...
-- THE VAIN MAN-CHILD WHO DIDN'T NEED KENNAN -- David Remnick of the New Yorker was on the road with Barack Obama and wrote in late January of this year of a conversation he had with the president. Obama was unperturbed by the clouds on the horizon. All would be right, he said, as soon as he found somebody to talk to: the right strategic partners. Remnick wrote: Anne-Marie Slaughter, who worked at the State Department as Hillary Clinton’s director of policy planning, says, “Obama has a real understanding of the limits of our power. It’s not that the United States is in decline; it’s that sometimes the world has problems without the tools to fix them.” Members of Obama’s foreign-policy circle say that when he is criticized for his reaction to situations like Iran’s Green Revolution, in 2009, or the last days of Hosni Mubarak’s regime, in 2011, he complains that people imagine him to have a “joystick” that allows him to manipulate precise outcomes. Obama told me that what he needs isn ...
Anne-Marie Slaughter, former Deputy Director of public planning for the U.S. State Department, is coming to...
Nice location, shame about the neighbours: In ‘The Clash of Civilisations’ Samuel Huntington described how in the aftermath of the Cold War civilisational identity was remaking the global order. It was widely praised, and widely criticised too – for such inconvenient truths as the fissure he traced between the Orthodox and Western worlds (in places where the European Union would prefer to detect cohesion), and in particular his assertion that ‘Islam has bloody borders’. A dozen years on, we prefer to talk about a newly-globalised world, with power defined not by cultural or religious affinity but by connectedness. As Anne-Marie Slaughter (now Director of Policy Planning in the State Department) argued in an article in Foreign Affairs at the beginning of this year, "In a networked world, the United States has the potential to be the most connected country". She termed this 'America’s edge'. At the same time, International Affairs analysts compete to broaden the traditional understanding of ‘s ...
Anne-Marie Slaughter, a former director of policy planning in the US State Department (2009-2011), is Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University. Former US President Bill Clinton gave one of the best speeches of his life at the recent Democratic National Convention. One ...
Anne-Marie Slaughter left her position as the State Department's director of policy planning to spend more time with her children. Slaughter, now a Princeton professor, says that if we truly believe in equality for all women, some things in the workplace and in society have to change.
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