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Speaking to the Montreal Board of Trade last night, Hillary Clinton warned the audience of increased Russian activity in the Arctic and hung responsibility for another Cold War on Vladimir Putin’s doorknob.

As Secretary of State,  Hillary was an active participant in the Arctic Council and repeatedly echoed the message that we are an Arctic nation.  The concerns she voiced in Canada are as much an issue for the U.S. as they are for Canada.

Along with the disquiet she expressed regarding Russia’s activities in the north came further comments about recent activities in Europe.

Some video compliments of the Montreal Gazette.

Hillary Clinton: It’s up to Putin whether there’s 'another Cold War'
March 18th, 2014

Hillary Clinton: It’s up to Putin whether there’s ‘another Cold War’

Montreal (CNN) – Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday that the conflict between Russia and Western allies over Crimea is a “clash of values” and that it’s up to Russian President Vladimir Putin whether there’s “another Cold War.”

“I hope there is not another Cold War,” Clinton said during the question and answer portion of an appearance in Montreal. “Obviously, nobody wants to see that. I think that is primarily up to Putin.”

Clinton added that Putin’s annexation of Crimea, a move that has rankled Western allies and led the United States to sanction some Russian leaders, is an effort by the Russian leader to “rewrite the boundaries of post-World War II Europe.”

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Starting Saturday, December 7, seat reservations will be available for those who would like to hear Hillary Clinton speak to the Montreal Board of Trade in March.

Remarks by the Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 from 6:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.


RESERVE YOUR SEAT AS OF SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 AT 10 AM

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These tickets are very reasonable, so if you would like to attend, I recommend you make those reservations as soon as possible!

Earlier in March, Hillary will address the Vancouver Board of Trade.  It will be interesting to see how the media weaves these Canadian visits into some kind of 2016 scenario.  My guess is that the fabric of that fairy tale will be even more gossamer than the recent fable about the Clintons and the African American community based on a speech and a funeral (they should be ashamed!) in summer and a random photo from a White House event two weeks ago.

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