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  • Oct 31 / 2005
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Asia-Pacific

Advancing Promotion & Protection of Human Rights

  Speech Advancing Promotion & Protection of Human Rights US State Department 2087 words 31 October 2005 20:51 Scoop.co.nz SCCONZ English Copyright 2005, scoop.co.nz All Rights Reserved.   Advancing the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights at the United Nations Mark P. Lagon, Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Organization Affairs Remarks at B’nai B’rith Washington, [...]

  • Oct 20 / 2005
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Asia-Pacific

Challenges & Opportunities in UN Reform – Bolton

  Press Release Challenges & Opportunities in UN Reform – Bolton US State Department 4901 words 20 October 2005 17:32 Scoop.co.nz SCCONZ English Copyright 2005, scoop.co.nz All Rights Reserved.   Challenges and Opportunities in Moving Ahead on UN Reform Ambassador John R. Bolton, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations Statement before the Senate Foreign [...]

  • Sep 29 / 2005
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North America

UN Summit Participants Discuss Major Issues but Delay Reform

UN Summit Participants Discuss Major Issues but Delay Reform 854 words 29 September 2005 Voice of America Press Releases and Documents VOA English CY Copyright (c) 2005 Federal Information & News Dispatch, Inc.   VOA English Service DATELINE: Washington Earlier this month, an unprecedented meeting bringing together 151 heads of state and government was held [...]

  • Sep 20 / 2005
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U.N. Summit: World Leaders Fail to Endorse Proposed Institutional Reforms

U.N. Summit: World Leaders Fail to Endorse Proposed Institutional Reforms 574 words 20 September 2005 Voice of America Press Releases and Documents VOA English CY Copyright (c) 2005 Federal Information & News Dispatch, Inc.   VOA English Service DATELINE: Washington The three-day summit of more than 150 world leaders, which marked the 60th anniversary of [...]

  • Sep 17 / 2005
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North America

Kofi Annan urges world leaders to move quickly on U.N. reforms, terrorism

  Kofi Annan urges world leaders to move quickly on U.N. reforms, terrorism By NICK WADHAMS Associated Press Writer 677 words 17 September 2005 15:11 Associated Press Newswires APRS English (c) 2005. The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.   UNITED NATIONS (AP) – Secretary-General Kofi Annan, armed with what he called the most significant blueprint [...]

  • Sep 14 / 2005
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Europe

America finds it needs the UN after all

  Features: Comment: America finds it needs the UN after all by Anton La Guardia 1091 words 14 September 2005 The Daily Telegraph DT 026 English (c) 2005 Telegraph Group Limited, London   The United Nations is forever torn by contradictions: between its claim to international morality and the evil nature of some of its [...]

  • Sep 14 / 2005
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North America

FT.com site : UN summit opens with thanks from Bush.

  FT.com site : UN summit opens with thanks from Bush. Mark Turner at the United Nations and FT Reporters 496 words 14 September 2005 Financial Times (FT.Com) FTCOM English (c) 2005 The Financial Times Limited. All rights reserved   The United Nations summit opened on Wednesday with President George W. Bush thanking member countries [...]

  • Sep 14 / 2005
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North America

Bush Appeals for Strong U.N. Response to Global Challenges – War on terrorism “not won by arms alone,” president says

Bush Appeals for Strong U.N. Response to Global Challenges – War on terrorism “not won by arms alone,” president says 1109 words 14 September 2005 State Department Press Releases And Documents STDP English Copyright (c) 2005 Federal Information & News Dispatch, Inc.   News from the Washington File United Nations — President Bush opened the [...]

  • Sep 11 / 2005
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Canada’s U.N. stance must promote hope

  Editorial Canada’s U.N. stance must promote hope 693 words 11 September 2005 The Toronto Star TOR ONT A16 English Copyright (c) 2005 The Toronto Star   Prime Minister Paul Martin may want to tuck a lacrosse helmet into his luggage as he heads to the United Nations this week for the biggest gathering yet [...]

  • Sep 10 / 2005
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U.S. stance on UN summit defended: Human rights agenda faces opposition

  News U.S. stance on UN summit defended: Human rights agenda faces opposition Steven Edwards CanWest News Service 638 words 10 September 2005 Edmonton Journal EDJR Final H14 English Copyright © 2005 Edmonton Journal   UNITED NATIONS UNITED NATIONS — Canada’s UN Ambassador Allan Rock says the United States is getting a bad rap over [...]