The Hillary Doctrine: How Sex Came to Matter in American Foreign Policy


Thursday, April 23, 2015, 11:40am to 1:00pm


WAPPP Cason Seminar Room, T-102

Valerie Hudson, Professor and George H.W. Bush Chair, Texas A&M University

Now that Hillary Clinton is out of government—for the time being at least—this is an opportune time to reflect on the origins and development of the Hillary Doctrine, the challenges and controversy it engendered while she was Secretary of State, and how the Doctrine has affected both the United States and other nations. Is the Hillary Doctrine truly in the American national interest, and furthermore, is it in the interests of countries troubled by war and instability? With the end of her tenure, will U.S. foreign policy continue to focus on women and girls and to what extent does it match the reality of U.S. government policy and programming? In this discussion, we will discuss whether the Hillary Clinton Doctrine will indeed bring about a more stable future for the nations of the world.

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