HILLARY Clinton warned that “democracy, freedom and rule of law are under attack around the world” as she returned to Washington on Tuesday evening.
The defeated presidential candidate returned to Washington for the opening of the US Diplomacy Centre, a museum space at the State Department which has a section named after her.
She raised concerns about “authoritarianism and illiberalism”, which remain huge threats across the world.
Clinton was joined by fellow former secretaries of state Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell to inaugurate the glass pavilion that forms the entrance to the building.
She joked: “I’m thrilled to be here at the new Hilary Clinton Pavilion… I’m sure you will notice it is the most transparent part of the entire project”.