"For decades, some have argued that stability required highly controlling regimes, and that reform and openness would put that stability at risk. So, the argument went, countries like Britain faced a choice between our interests and our values."And to be honest, we should acknowledge that sometimes we have made such calculations in the past. But I say that is a false choice."As recent events have confirmed, denying people their basic rights does not preserve stability, rather the reverse."
terça-feira, 22 de fevereiro de 2011
Palavras sensatas ou mera retórica?
David Cameron, primeiro-ministro britânico, falando ao parlamento do Koweit: