This will sound very "touchy-feely". How much of crime is motivated by a desire for someone's respect, anyone's respect? A bit of personal validation? I mean every crime from bad hair to genocide. And it's a gibe at politicians to say they always pretend to like everybody they meet. So why not make that pretense the reality: find something to esteem in the person you meet, especially when she's your contemptible enemy. You might very well win her over. That's better for you that the grudging admiration of your fellow low-self-esteemers, isn't it?
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Kerry: If Assad does not adhere to ceasefire plan there 'will clearly be repercussions' (Reuters)
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