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  • Jun 21 / 2008
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North America

Secretary Rice Interview With CNN Editorial Board

  Press Release Secretary Rice Interview With CNN Editorial Board US State Department 7264 words 21 June 2008 14:11 Scoop.co.nz SCCONZ English Copyright 2008, scoop.co.nz All Rights Reserved.   <em>Secretary Condoleezza Rice New York, New York June 19, 2008</em> Interview with the CNN Editorial Board INTRO: The Secretary is on a tight schedule and so [...]

  • Jun 18 / 2008
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Europe

Obama, McCain and Europe

Obama, McCain and Europe 1054 words 18 June 2008 Turkish Daily News TURKDN English (c) 2008 The Turkish Daily News (TDN)   Mr. McCain and Mr. Obama cannot afford to distinguish between Old Europe and New Europe. The new president must proceed proactively on the basis of working with a unified Europe Marco VINCENZINO As President Bush bid farewell on [...]

  • Jun 17 / 2008
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North America

SEN. HAGEL ISSUES STATEMENT REGARDING HEARING JUNE 17

SEN. HAGEL ISSUES STATEMENT REGARDING HEARING JUNE 17 346 words 17 June 2008 US Fed News INDFED English © Copyright 2008.  HT Media Limited.  All rights reserved.   WASHINGTON, June 17 — The office of Sen. Charles Hagel, R-Neb., issued the following statement: Senate Foreign Relations Committee – “Mr. Chairman, I want to thank you [...]

  • Jun 13 / 2008
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Asia-Pacific

Since Iraq, the world is scared to help

  News and Features – Opinion Since Iraq, the world is scared to help Madeleine Albright. Madeleine Albright was the United States secretary of state from 1997 to 2001. 802 words 13 June 2008 The Sydney Morning Herald SMHH First 15 English © 2008 Copyright John Fairfax Holdings Limited. www.smh.com.au   The Burmese Government’s criminally neglectful [...]

  • Jun 12 / 2008
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North America

The End of Intervention

  Opinion The end of intervention Myanmar By Madeleine K. Albright The New York Times Media Group 832 words 12 June 2008 International Herald Tribune INHT 1 8 English © 2008 The New York Times Company. All Rights Reserved.   WASHINGTON — The Burmese government’s criminally neglectful response to last month’s cyclone, and the world’s [...]

  • Jun 11 / 2008
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Europe

Im Schildkrötengang; Ethik und Notwendigkeit der Nothilfe / Von Jürgen Wilhelm

  Feuilleton Im Schildkrötengang; Ethik und Notwendigkeit der Nothilfe / Von Jürgen Wilhelm 1155 words 11 June 2008 Süddeutsche Zeitung SDDZ 13 German Copyright 2008 SZdigital: Alle Rechte vorbehalten – Süddeutsche Zeitung GmbH, München. Eine Dienstleistung der DIZ München GmbH   Die Ereignisse in Birma und Simbabwe haben es der Weltöffentlichkeit wieder einmal das Dilemma [...]

  • Jun 10 / 2008
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Asia-Pacific

UN Rights Council Discusses Human Rights In Burma

  Press Release UN Rights Council Discusses Human Rights In Burma Human Rights Council 5112 words 10 June 2008 15:33 Scoop.co.nz SCCONZ English Copyright 2008, scoop.co.nz All Rights Reserved.   Human Rights Council Discusses Follow-up To Special Session On Situation Of Human Rights In Myanmar The Human Rights Council discussed follow-up to the Special Session [...]

  • Jun 10 / 2008
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Asia-Pacific

MYANMAR COMES UNDER SHARPER SCRUTINY IN THE UNITED STATES

MYANMAR COMES UNDER SHARPER SCRUTINY IN THE UNITED STATES 1035 words 10 June 2008 12:33 Organisation of Asia-Pacific News Agencies OANA English © Copyright 2008. OANA. All rights reserved.   By Manik Mehta NEW YORK, June 10 (Bernama) — The devastation caused by Cyclone Nargis to life and property in Myanmar has raised a hue [...]

  • Jun 09 / 2008
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North America

Humanitarian workers scrambling to make up for lost time

  Craig and Marc Kielburger Editorial Humanitarian workers scrambling to make up for lost time Craig and Marc Kielburger Vancouver Sun 646 words 9 June 2008 Vancouver Sun VNCS Final A11 English Copyright © 2008 Vancouver Sun   The world reacted with disbelief when the Myanmar government closed its borders following a disastrous cyclone that [...]

  • Jun 09 / 2008
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Asia-Pacific

Asian values tarnished in wake of disasters

  Features Asian values tarnished in wake of disasters Ian Buruma 899 words 9 June 2008 The Australian AUSTLN 1 – All-round Country 8 English Copyright 2008 News Ltd. All Rights Reserved   Asia must do more to assist Burmese cyclone victims, observes Ian Buruma WHY are French, British and US warships, but not Chinese [...]