Fri 12 Oct, 2012 08:57 pm
In Australian former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's speech, he had one remark:
Multilateralism seeks to find a way up the middle.
What does "find a way up the middle" mean?
I'm not exactly sure but I'll guess it means centrist as in not liberal or conservative. That the policy of multilateralism isn't offensive to political conservatives or liberals of Australia. That they shouldn't have any qualms against each other and can only agree that it works for both sides. That only political extremists will find fault with that open minded foreign policy path.