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Vice President Joe Biden calls for the creation of a “new world order” at the Export Import Bank conference in Washington on April 5, 2013
John Kerry's call for a new world order
John Kerry’s prepared testimony to the Senate foreign-relations committee over his nomination to be secretary of state.
Nearly 42 years ago Chairman Fulbright first gave me the opportunity to testify before this Committee during a difficult and divided time for our country. Today I can’t help but recognize that the world itself then was in many ways simpler, divided as it was along bi-polar, Cold War antagonisms. Today’s world is more complicated than anything we have experienced – from the emergence of China, to the Arab Awakening; inextricably linked economic, health, environmental and demographic issues, proliferation, poverty, pandemic disease, refugees, conflict ongoing in Afghanistan, entire populations and faiths struggling with the demands of modernity, and the accelerating pace of technological innovation shifting power from nation-states to individuals.
With the end of the Cold War, Henry Kissinger pointed out in his superb book on Diplomacy: “None of the most important countries which must build a new world order have had any experience with the multistate system that is emerging. Never before has a new world order had to be assembled from so many different perceptions, or on so global a scale.
Nor has any previous order had to combine the attributes of the historic balance-of-power system with global democratic opinion and the exploding technology of the contemporary period.” That was written in 1994. It may be more relevant today.
So this really is a time for American leadership, a time for fresh thinking, and a time to find ways to work together to maximize the impact of all America’s resources, including the United States Senate.
Anarchy in South Africa
The Firearms Registration Act of 2010 has done nothing to stop crime In South Africa
The most dangerous job in the world: A white farmer in South Africa
Rolling blackouts in South Africa become security issue
Battle of Blood River, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, December 16, 1838
Cecil John Rhodes statue removed in South Africa by radical, political movement
The return of Planet X
Universe reveals 'web of creation'
Are your phone's GPS settings betraying you?
Tall tales or mysteries? Monsters roam the Midwest
'Ghost rockets' proof of aliens on Earth?
Climate cycles reveal 'global warming' all wrong
EPISODE 10.4: Done being a pushover
EPISODE 10.3: Full-speed ninja defense
EPISODE 10.2: Jeeves faces his arch-nemesis
EPISODE 10.1: You're an overcomer
EPISODE 9.3: The only thing that scares Molotov Mitchell
EPISODE 9.2: Handsome Scott takes on 'The Wasp'
Science in Bible often startlingly accurate
Did Jonah see mountains in depths of sea?
Catch a falling star: Perseid meteor shower
Much scientific knowledge predicted in Scripture
'Pathfinder of the Seas' inspired by Bible
Hydrothermal vents prove Scriptural insight
'Misapplied mythology' being applied to the Savior
Are you practicing compromised Christianity?
The messenger is always blamed
Faith includes doing what God tells us to do
Laws of God are 'counted as a strange thing'
Why are believers taught to make excuses?