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Thursday, June 23, 2016

Propensity for collaboration and consensus

What do presidential candidates say about this topic?

In a diverse and eclectic world, the only way to get along peacefully is through collaboration and consensus. Because the planet's capacity to support humanity is limited, and because the population has exploded to levels that threaten human existence, it is essential to adopt a positive way ahead. The foundation for that is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).

No matter what your culture, no matter what your faith, and no matter what your present form of government representation, the path forward for human existence must be in the adoption of the UDHR.

The way ahead, no matter what the starting position, is through respect for diverse participation that is suggested by pluralistic democracy.

The means by which different people move ahead is via collaboration and consensus whereby governments define the rules.

"Hillary Clinton Has Long History of Collaboration With GOP on Foreign Policy 
Jon Schwarz
Mar. 13 2016, 10:14 a.m. 
Several members of the Republican foreign policy elite recently announced they’ll refuse to vote for Donald Trump if he’s the Republican nominee – with some going so far as to say they’d rather vote for Hillary Clinton" 
https://theintercept.com/2016/03/13/hillary-clinton-has-long-history-of-collaboration-with-gop-on-foreign-policy/

Some say that Trump has collaboration skills.

"The one thing you get with Trump is his willingness to work things out — a new concept for Republicans, but it might be worth a try. If you’d been hoping for Cruz over Trump, be careful what you hope for. Perhaps a better solution would be to just say Hillary." 
http://lasvegassun.com/news/2016/may/05/at-least-trump-has-collaboration-skills/

Collaboration skills are a requirement.


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