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Weekly Letter 91
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Russia and United States held a summit to “reset” their bilateral relations

more At their initial meeting on 1 April 2009 in London, Presidents Medvedev and Obama agreed to translate their mutual desire to "reset" US-Russian relations into concrete outcomes that would benefit the American and Russian people. During their 6-8 July 2009 meetings in Moscow, the two...

Former Polish PM Buzek elected EP President

more MEPs elected Jerzy Buzek to be the new European Parliament President with 555 votes in favour (or 86.18 per cent of the valid votes). He was elected after the first-round of voting. The 69-year-old Polish MEP will lead the European Parliament for two and a half years. President Buzek is the first President...

Global Economy and the Relationship betw. the United States & the Gulf Region

more The purpose of these meetings is to underscore the President's commitment to strengthening our relationship; to review progress in our coordinated strategy to restore global growth; to examine the risks and challenges still ahead of us; and to move the G-20 reform agenda forward. The global economy is going...

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Russian President Medvedev held a meeting following the Caucasus 2009 strategic exercise

more The President recalled that one of Russia's priorities in the National Security Strategy through to 2020 adopted in May 2009 is to create a new image for the army and navy.

The key challenges in creating a new image for the Armed Forces should be completed by December 1, 2009. The Caucasus 2009 strategic exercise took place in the in the southern part of European Russia...

Global recession threatens African development, UN Secretary-General Ban says

more Africa's relative isolation from capital markets has not shielded it from the effects of the global economic turmoil, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today, cautioning that development progress on the continent is in jeopardy. Addressing the leaders of the Group of Eight (G8) industrialized nations at...

Energy road opens w/ Nabucco Intergovernmental Agreement

more - special edition The Nabucco Intergovernmental Agreement, a substantial milestone in the realization of the Nabucco Natural Gas Pipeline Project which bears significance for the energy security of Turkey and Europe, is to be signed during a ceremony to be held in Ankara on 13 July 2009. The pipeline...

PM Gordon Brown defends Britain's strategy in Afghanistan

more So our strategy - which I set out to the House in April - reflects an integrated approach to both countries: if progress in one is to be sustainable, we must have progress in both. And progress requires three things: military action against terrorists and the insurgency; action to build the rule of law; and economic...

US new Strategic Approach to Diplomacy and Development

more We are repairing strained alliances. We’re cultivating new partnerships. We’re working to engage and change the behavior of adversaries. And we are prioritizing development along with diplomacy as part of our global agenda. We’re working to build a world of economic stability and prosperity, clean and affordable...

Security Council concerned over precarious progress made in West Africa

more The Security Council today voiced its concern over the fragile democratic and economic progress achieved in West Africa, which continues to face grave challenges ranging from coups d'Etat to organized crime. The 15-member body said in a press statement that it welcomes positive steps made...

"Africa's future is up to Africans", US President Obama told Ghana's parliament

more Across Africa, we've seen countless examples of people taking control of their destiny, and making change from the bottom up. We saw it in Kenya, where civil society and business came together to help stop post-election violence. We saw it in South Africa, where over three-quarters of the country voted...



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State visit of Syrian President al-Assad to Azerbaijan

more - special edition Within the framework of President Bashar al-Assad's visit to Baku, Syria and Azerbaijan signed 19 cooperation agreements and memos of understanding in various fields. Presidents Bashar al-Assad and Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan have stressed, in their opening speeches at the Syrian-Azeri...

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Weekly Letter 90 - On the road to Copenhagen, Agreement on Climate Change will be strategic

With a new international climate agreement due to be finalised at the Copenhagen conference in December 2009, climate change has been the natural focus for the European Commission's Green Week 2009 conference and for the latest Energy Bill of the Obama administration. "With the Copenhagen conference coming up, 2009 has the potential to...

Weekly Letter 89 - Organization's development, global crisis and security at SCO summit

The Shanghai cooperation Organization (SCO) summit followed the first BRIC group's summit in the same Russian city of Yekaterinburg. Countries taking part in the meeting were Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, China, Pakistan, Iran, India and Mongolia. Belarus did not participate due to an ongoing conflict with Russia on bilateral...

Weekly Letter 88 - Russo-American Efforts towards new Treaty on Arms & Nuclear arsenal Reduction

President Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev committed to reducing their nuclear arsenals through a proposed arms reduction treaty that would take effect late this year. As owners of more than 95 percent of the world’s nuclear weapons, the United States and Russia will lead by example, Obama said after a meeting... is owned and edited by ISRIA,
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