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  • May 07 / 2008
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North America

By ship and plane, Myanmar aid picks up pace

  By ship and plane, Myanmar aid picks  By ALEXANDER G. HIGGINS Associated Press Writer 833 words 7 May 2008 17:50 Associated Press Newswires APRS English (c) 2008. The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.   GENEVA (AP) – Ships and cargo planes carried relief supplies to Myanmar on Wednesday as aid groups distributed food and other supplies to people left homeless by a deadly cyclone. Operations [...]

  • Feb 14 / 2008
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Asia-Pacific

French foreign policy for today’s world

3 French foreign policy for today’s world – WHILE the media has been focused on French President Sarkozy’s romance and subsequent marriage to the striking Italian model/singer Carla Bruni, his peripatetic foreign minister, Bernard Kouchner, former Socialist and founder of Medicins sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) has been busily covering the flash points in the [...]

  • Jul 14 / 2007
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Asia-Pacific

Myanmar a thorn in Asean’s flesh: Annan; Ex-UN Sec-Gen urges group to ditch non-interference policy on this issue

  WRW Myanmar a thorn in Asean’s flesh: Annan; Ex-UN Sec-Gen urges group to ditch non-interference policy on this issue 448 words 14 July 2007 TODAY (Singapore) TDAYSG English (c) 2007. MediaCorp Press Ltd.   KUALA LUMPUR – The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) should cast aside its non-interference policy when dealing with the [...]

  • Apr 04 / 2007
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North America

Myanmarese endure increasingly appalling conditions

OPINIONS Myanmarese endure increasingly appalling conditions MORTON ABRAMOWITZ, AND JONATHAN KOLIEB 894 words 4 April 2007 Guelph Mercury GMER English Copyright (c) 2007 Guelph Mercury.   For full article click here: http://www.guelphmercury.com/guelph-on/

  • Apr 03 / 2007
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North America

A Lifeline for the Burmese

  Editorial A Lifeline for the Burmese Morton Abramowitz and Jonathan Kolieb 845 words 3 April 2007 The Washington Post WP English Copyright 2007, The Washington Post Co. All Rights Reserved   International policies aimed at opening up Burma’s military regime are failing even as they overlook a continuing major tragedy. In January the situation [...]

  • Sep 26 / 2006
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North America

‘WORDS REPLACE WEAPONS’ IN NORTHERN IRELAND; UN PEACEBUILDING COMMISSION TO HELP HEAL LEGACY OF DIVISION, GENERAL ASSEMBLY TOLD AS DEBATE CONTINUES

  ‘WORDS REPLACE WEAPONS’ IN NORTHERN IRELAND; UN PEACEBUILDING COMMISSION TO HELP HEAL LEGACY OF DIVISION, GENERAL ASSEMBLY TOLD AS DEBATE CONTINUES 10043 words 26 September 2006 US Fed News INDFED English © Copyright 2006. Hindustan Times. All rights reserved.   UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 26 – The United Nations issued the following press release: In [...]

  • May 31 / 2006
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Asia-Pacific

`Do The Right Thing’

  `Do The Right Thing’ By Jared Genser 638 words 31 May 2006 The Wall Street Journal Asia AWSJ 13 English (c) 2006 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. To see the edition in which this article appeared, click herehttp://awsj.com.hk/factiva-ns   How much worse does the situation in Burma need to get before the U.N. Security [...]