And they’re going to be consistent with other countries and other international practices. So, that’s a good thing. It’s one that contributes to transparency, to confidence, and frankly, to a lessening of tensions, not an increasing of tensions that are, frankly, conducive to arms races.
We would applaud China and its success as only the third country to launch people into space.
You’ve heard from members of Congress their distress at the developments in Egypt. If I were an Egyptian, or an Egyptian government official, I’d be concerned at the kind of reaction that these latest actions will get … regarding the (U.S-Egyptian) relationship.
We have a fighting chance, folks are at the table and working hard.
We do not have enough to make a conclusive judgment, I think, one way or the other.
U.S. assistance (to Iraq) is not designed to favor one group or another group, it’s designed to help all Iraqis promote … goals of a representative government that includes all Iraq’s political factions and is not intended to support one group or another and agendas that are different than the agendas of the elected government...
Discussions continue, we’re making progress. I think I’d leave it at that.
They have had two years to take action to secure the facility. They haven’t done it.
demonstrated a sustained commitment to cooperation and transparency.
We’ve always made clear that truces are good only insofar as they go, and that’s really not very far.
President Chen’s assurances were quite clear that the NUC has not been abolished.
The needs are great, and there are ways to do this, to ensure that those needs are met.