Saturday, February 5, 2011

William Hague speaks

“Cyberspace is changing the way we view and conduct foreign policy,” said William Hague.

“It blurs geographical boundaries, allowing people on opposite sides of the world to communicate at the speed of light and to organise themselves around a sense of anger or common identity. As a colleague of mine Lord Howell has written, ‘for better or worse we are destined to be all connected, rich and poor, developed and developing, benign and malign, small and mighty.’

I’ll bet you anything that, regardless of what Howell says publicly, in reality, he really thinks it’s for the worse.


Bow down. Bow Down.

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