September 11, 2012

Rebuilding U.S. Global Leadership

Tom Ridge, Washington Times

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The United States has long proved to be an indispensable partner and resource for positive change and the sharing of our democratic values. Other nations look to the United States for leadership and alliance. We must embrace more seriously our responsibility to lead as well, not solely because of what we can do for others, but for the sake of our national security and economic well-being.

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TAGGED: Afghanistan, Pakistan, al-Qaeda, 9/11, United States, Tom Ridge

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