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  • Here are the famous politicos in ‘the Wikileaks of the mega-rich’

    04/03/2016 5:42:15 PM PDT · by Beave Meister · 14 replies
    Fusion ^ | 4/3/2016 | Fusion Investigative Unit
    It’s being called the “Panama Papers” — a trove of 11.5 million leaked internal documents from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, showing how hundreds of thousands of people with money to hide used anonymous shell corporations across the world. Fusion’s investigative unit was one of the more than 100 media organizations that dove into the files — and found drug dealers, arms traders, human traffickers, fraudsters. We also found no shortage of politicians or their family members. Here is a listing of current and former world leaders connected to the files. Check out Dirty Little Secrets, Fusion’s full investigation...
  • What do the world's leaders really think of Obama?

    01/04/2016 10:39:34 PM PST · by pboyington · 22 replies
    US Defense Watch ^ | January 4, 2016 | Ray Starmann
    Inside the minds of the world’s leaders; friendly, enemy and neutral… Putin – What this guy’s problem? He reminds me of an old cleaning lady waiting for a bus in Leningrad. All he needs is a scarf over his head. I’ve tried to get through to Obamsky, but he’s as cold as a Siberian lake; seems like nothing can break the ice with him. I’ve tried snow mobile racing, Rugby and walking on hot coals to try and bond with him, but nothing works. We did lift weights for a few minutes. He conked out after lifting a couple five...
  • Fortune Names Taylor Swift—Not Obama—One of World’s Greatest Leaders

    03/27/2015 11:36:34 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 18 replies
    Fox News Insider ^ | Mar 27, 2015 1:12 pm
    Should President Barack Obama just “shake it off?” Taylor Swift ranked sixth on Fortune Magazine’s second annual list of the world’s 50 greatest leaders—people who are “transforming business, government, philanthropy, and so much more.” But the president was omitted entirely from the list. Fortune Editor Alan Murray explained why: “I voted for Barack Obama in 2008 largely because of his call to unite blue states and red states behind a politics of hope. But it hasn’t happened. At home our politics are as divided—and our federal government is as dysfunctional—as they were when he took office.” …
  • Here are the salaries of 13 major world leaders

    03/19/2015 8:26:13 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 24 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 03/19/2015 | AMANDA MACIAS AND MIKE NUDELMAN
  • Obama Schedules Conference Call, Will Avoid Netanyahu Speech

    03/03/2015 5:46:37 AM PST · by E. Pluribus Unum · 36 replies ^ | 03/03/2015 | Charlie Spiering
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to speak to Congress at 11:00 a.m., but it appears that President Obama will not be watching most of the speech. The White House Press Office released an update to his daily schedule this morning, announcing a video conference call with world leaders for 11:30 a.m. in the situation room, likely as Netanyahu is finishing his speech. According to the White House, the conference will include British Prime Minister David Cameron, French President Francois Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, and European Commission President Donald Tusk. The last minute...
  • In America “Je suis Charlie” devolving to “Stand with the Prophet”

    01/13/2015 9:20:20 AM PST · by Sean_Anthony · 5 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 01/13/15 | Judi McLeod
    World leaders and especially Western ones care--really care--about the horror of Islamist terrorism, even while still telling the great unwashed that only Islamaphobes identify Islamist terrorism as Islamist terrorism ‘World leaders’ who responded like sharks to chum at the “Je suis Charlie” mass rally in Paris on Sunday soon returned to their offices to carry on with what they always do: forging the same lax immigration policies that allow the barbarians to get in through the gates and patently ignoring the inevitability of the next Islamic terrorist attack. But before leaving Paris they had firmly planted in the minds of...
  • World backlash against Obama? (vanity)

    01/11/2015 11:55:01 AM PST · by KeyLargo · 80 replies
    CNN host said that there may be a "backlash" against Obama for his failure to join world leaders today in Paris, condemning Islam, Muslim terror. Most likely Obama was on the golf course today.
  • Don't focus too much on Ebola, warns the Queen

    11/19/2014 1:26:56 AM PST · by CorporateStepsister · 11 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 19 November 2014 | Francesca Infante
    The Queen warned last night that focusing too much attention on the Ebola outbreak could lead to an upsurge in other deadly diseases such as malaria. At an event alongside world leaders in the science of infectious diseases yesterday, she asked ‘piercing’ questions about how the disease ought to be controlled. And the monarch said she worried that Ebola, which has claimed 5,000 lives already, risked overshadowing the risk from other deadlier diseases like malaria, which kills the same number every week.
  • HOLMES: Why the world is unmoved by Obama’s apologies

    09/29/2014 2:56:56 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 11 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | September 29, 2014 | Kim R. Holmes - Former Asst. SOS
    President Obama insulted many Americans last week when he raised events in Ferguson, Missouri, during his United Nations speech. They chafed at the implied moral equivalence of a shooting still in legal dispute with the many lethal foreign threats besieging the world. While such rhetoric is divisive at home, there is another problem. The president does not seem to understand that most of the world is completely unmoved by such apologies. Most of the world does not see an earnest moralist struggling with America’s complicated past or a humble man admitting his own foibles. Instead, they see a weak leader...
  • The World's Most Powerful People 2013 : #1 -- Putin; #2: Obama

    10/30/2013 5:52:23 AM PDT · by Innovative · 9 replies
    Forbes ^ | Oct 30, 2013 | Caroline Howard
    This year the votes for the World’s Most Powerful — an annual look at the heads of state, financiers, philanthropists and entrepreneurs who truly rule the world — went with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He climbs one spot ahead of U.S. President Barack Obama, who held title in 2012. He’s Not No. 1: This is the first year that Putin carries the crown. Obama has been on the top of the list for every year with the exception of 2010, when Hu Jintao, the former political and military leader of China, was No. 1.
  • NSA monitored calls of 35 world leaders after US official handed over contacts

    10/24/2013 11:48:25 AM PDT · by Brad from Tennessee · 33 replies
    The Guardian ^ | October 24, 2013 | By James Ball
    The National Security Agency monitored the phone conversations of 35 world leaders after being given the numbers by an official in another US government department, according to a classified document provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden. The confidential memo reveals that the NSA encourages senior officials in its "customer" departments, such the White House, State and the Pentagon, to share their "Rolodexes" so the agency can add the phone numbers of leading foreign politicians to their surveillance systems. The document notes that one unnamed US official handed over 200 numbers, including those of the 35 world leaders, none of whom is...
  • Obama Adviser: 'If He Met With One Leader, He Would Have to Meet With 10.'

    09/25/2012 8:28:12 AM PDT · by Justaham · 63 replies ^ | 9/25/12 | Daniel Halper
    The reason why President Obama is not meeting with any foreign leaders during this week's United Nations General Assembly in New York is, as one aide to the president explained, because "If he met with one leader, he would have to meet with 10." The reasoning was explained that way to the New York Times. "Mr. Obama was scheduled to attend a reception for world leaders at the United Nations on Monday night. But a campaign adviser acknowledged privately that in this election year, campaigning trumped meetings with world leaders. 'Look, if he met with one leader, he would have...
  • Video: Gibbs Can't Explain Why Obama Will Meet 'The View' But Not World Leaders

    09/24/2012 10:48:12 AM PDT · by Justaham · 29 replies ^ | 9/24/12
    On "Fox News Sunday" Chris Wallace asks Robert Gibbs why Pres. Obama isn't meeting with other World Leaders, but is finding time to appear on the "View".
  • Obama chooses campaign over world leaders

    09/22/2012 2:14:42 PM PDT · by Eleutheria5 · 5 replies
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 22/9/12
    U.S. President Barack Obama has made no plans to meet privately with any of the world leaders gathering in New York next week for the UN’s General Assembly. With six weeks until the American elections, Obama is instead using his time to reach voters by going on the talk show “The View,” and leaving his schedule open to return to campaigning in the nation’s swing states thus putting the burden on Secratery of State Hilary Clinton to meet with the various ...
  • The Iconic Photo Of World Leaders Watching Soccer (Caption if you wish)

    05/20/2012 6:01:31 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 30 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 05/19/2012 | Joe Weisenthal
    White House photographer David Souza has done it again. From The White House flickr: Prime Minister David Cameron of the United Kingdom, President Barack Obama, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, and others watch the overtime shootout of the Chelsea vs. Bayern Munich Champions League final, in the Laurel Cabin conference room during the G8 Summit at Camp David, Md., May 19, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) Seeing as Bayern Munich lost the shootout, we hope Angela Merkel isn't gong to push for double austerity out of some sense of...
  • The Arabs, Iran, and WikiLeaks

    12/01/2010 2:43:12 AM PST · by Scanian · 4 replies
    The American Thinker ^ | December 01, 2010 | Daniel R. DePetris
    World leaders from Washington to Islamabad are increasingly engaged in a frantic attempt to contain the political damage of the WikiLeaks disclosures. The fact that many of the leaked cables expose U.S. foreign policy in a seemingly negative and contradictory light -- officials saying one thing in public and doing something entirely different in private -- has embarrassed an administration that has made multilateralism a key component of its grand strategy. But what is less clear, particularly in media coverage of the leaks, is what the new WikiLeaks documents say about the policies and behavior of foreign governments. Indeed, just...
  • Caption G8 Summit

    06/25/2010 2:44:10 PM PDT · by Lucky9teen · 21 replies
    U.S. President Barack Obama laughs with Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the G8 Summit at the Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville, Ontario June 25, 2010
  • Superpower China

    03/28/2010 6:14:03 PM PDT · by kwill4u · 7 replies · 637+ views
    Right Side News ^ | Sunday, 28 March 2010 15:42 | Written by Alan Caruba
    As the sun begins to set on an America whose dollar set the standard and whose capacity for manufacturing was unchallenged, a new superpower is emerging and it is China.
  • Global Anti-Israel Protests Expected on 'Cast Lead' Anniversary

    12/22/2009 8:08:15 AM PST · by Karliner · 4 replies · 215+ views
    Arutz Sheva/INN neews ^ | Tevet5,5770.December 22nd,2009 | Global Anti-Israel Protests Expected on 'Cast Lead' Anniversary
    ( The first anniversary of Israel's counterterrorism Operation Cast Lead in Gaza is set to be a catalyst for a series of anti-Israel protests worldwide. A mass march to the Erez Crossing between Gaza and Israel is to include several Western VIPs. From December 27 through early January, the dates of Operation Cast Lead last year, international pro-Palestinian groups are set to hold "Gaza Freedom Marches" in North America, Europe and Israel. The Gaza Freedom March in Hamas-controlled Gaza itself is slated for December 31. Organizers of the latter event are expecting around 50,000 local participants, with over 1,000 from...
  • World Leaders Agree to Boost Aid for Agriculture

    11/16/2009 3:40:16 PM PST · by myknowledge · 8 replies · 331+ views
    VOA News ^ | November 16, 2009 | Robert Raffaele
    World leaders at a U.N. summit on food security in Rome are vowing to take "urgent action" to eliminate global hunger. But they did not agree in their final declaration to a U.N. request for $44 billion a year in farm aid. The World Food Program says for the first time ever, more than one billion people in the world are going hungry. That's more than one out of every six people on Earth. World hunger and food security are the focus of a three-day U.N. summit that opened Monday in Rome.
  • Poll: Americans believe world leaders respect President Obama

    03/31/2009 7:26:54 AM PDT · by Alter Kaker · 61 replies · 1,381+ views
    CNN ^ | 3/31/2009
    WASHINGTON (CNN)– As Barack Obama takes off for his first overseas trip as president, a new national poll indicates that more than eight in ten Americans think he will do a good job representing the U.S. to the world. And seven in ten people questioned in the CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey, released Tuesday, believe that leaders of other countries respect Obama. That last figure is in sharp contrast with George W. Bush. At the start of his presidency in 2001, only 49 percent believed that foreign leaders respected Bush.
  • World leaders dine in style as they discuss financial crisis (Bon Appetit, Peasants!)

    11/15/2008 4:32:06 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 76 replies · 1,322+ views ^ | 11/15/08 | CNN Political Ticker
    (CNN) – The global economy may be undergoing a significant downturn, but the White House’s dinner budget still appears flush with cash. After all, world leaders who are in town to discuss the economic crisis are set to dine in style Friday night while sipping wine listed at nearly $500 a bottle. According to the White House, tonight’s dinner to kick off the G-20 summit includes such dishes as “Fruitwood-smoked Quail,” “Thyme-roasted Rack of Lamb,” and “Tomato, Fennel and Eggplant Fondue Chanterelle Jus.” To wash it all down, world leaders will be served Shafer Cabernet “Hillside Select” 2003, a wine...
  • Brown to host world leaders at 'progressive' summit (about globalisation, 'progressive' governance)

    04/04/2008 10:43:07 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 8 replies · 126+ views
    AFP on Yahoo ^ | 4/4/08 | AFP
    LONDON (AFP) - Prime Minister Gordon Brown is to host a summit of some 20 world leaders and key figures to discuss "progressive" governance, after a conference on the issue in London Friday, officials said. South African President Thabo Mbeki, Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and former US president Bill Clinton are among participants at the summit of broadly centre-left leaders outside London on Saturday, said Downing Street. EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana, World Trade Organization chief Pascal Lamy and national leaders from Australia, Chile, Cyprus, Ghana, Italy, Liberia, Lithuania, New Zealand, Norway and Slovakia are also scheduled, according...
  • Poll: World Doesn't Respect Bush (SEEBS and NYSLIMES ALERT)

    07/26/2006 9:39:10 PM PDT · by RedCell · 42 replies · 764+ views
    CBS News ^ | 7/26/06 | CBS
    Poll: World Doesn't Respect Bush 60% In CBS/NY Times Poll Say President Not Respected By Foreign Leaders NEW YORK, July 26, 2006 (CBS/AP) Fast Fact Just 32 percent said U.S. troops should be sent to the Mideast as part of a United Nations peacekeeping force, although 60 percent favor such a force. (CBS) Americans generally approve of President Bush's handling of the current Mideast crisis, according to a CBS News/New York Times poll, but six in 10 say the president is not respected by foreign leaders. The poll finds Americans are pessimistic about the prospects for Mideast peace and do...
  • World Leaders Set to OK U.N. Document

    09/16/2005 4:45:49 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 9 replies · 312+ views
    ap on Yahoo ^ | 9/16/05 | Edith M. Lederer - ap
    UNITED NATIONS - History's largest gathering of world leaders fell far short Friday of completing the major changes U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan sought to fight poverty, terrorism and human rights abuses — but the leaders took a first step. Their approval of a modest document, which commits governments to achieving U.N. goals to combat poverty and creates a commission to help move countries from war to peace, came alongside important developments in other areas. Meetings on the sidelines of the summit marking the United Nations' 60th anniversary produced rare Arab-Israeli contacts, further talks on Iran's nuclear ambitions and a new...
  • Clinton: Impeachment Not Serious

    08/16/2005 3:49:02 PM PDT · by Carl/NewsMax · 99 replies · 2,627+ views ^ | Aug. 16, 2005 | Carl Limbacher
    Ex-President Bill Clinton said Monday that he had to assure world leaders that there was nothing seriously wrong with America after the Congress impeached him in 1998. "During that time, a lot of world leaders would ask, 'What is going on? Is this serious?'" he told New York magazine. "I kept assuring them that nothing bad had happened to America," he recalled, "but that we periodically went through spasms." Interviewed while traveling in Africa, the ex-president claimed, "Africans saw [my impeachment] for exactly what it was: an abuse of power." "They got it here," he insisted. The magazine noted that...
  • Mideast leaders unite in tribute to pope of peace

    04/04/2005 6:30:47 AM PDT · by NYer · 1 replies · 405+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | April 3, 2005 | AFP
    JERUSALEM (AFP) - Christian, Muslim and Jewish leaders in the Middle East paid a unanimous tribute to Pope John Paul II, emphasizing the late pontiff's efforts for peace in the troubled region. John Paul II, who visited five Middle East countries during his 26-year tenure and became the first pope to enter a mosque and a synagogue, drew praise for his insistence on inter-faith reconciliation. In the heart of biblical land, Jews praised his ground-breaking action for better ties between Judaism and the Roman Catholic Church, while Palestinians underlined his unwavering support for their cause. "We in the Holy Land...
  • World Unites in Handshakes at Pope's Funeral

    04/09/2005 3:17:49 PM PDT · by NYer · 14 replies · 583+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | April 9, 2005 | Ralph Gowling
    LONDON (Reuters) - World leaders -- some at political loggerheads or even officially at war -- paid their final respects to Pope John Paul on Friday, uniting by joining in the Roman Catholic Church's handshakes of peace. Israeli President Moshe Katsav said he shook hands with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Iranian President Mohammad Khatami at the Pope's Vatican funeral, but Syria later called it a formality that did not mark any change in policy. "I think it gave us a glimmer of hope that something can change in the Middle East," Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom told CNN. Syria's...
  • Friends and Foes alike

    04/08/2005 9:37:43 PM PDT · by Red Sea Swimmer · 1 replies · 316+ views
    The Herald Sun ^ | 9th April,2 005 | Staff
    LIKE many funerals, the service for Pope John Paul II brought friends and foes together. Alphabetical seating forced sworn enemies to sit side by side, with Iranian President Mohammad Khatami placed next to Israeli President Moshe Katsav. "Maybe today will make us hope of a future of peace, not of conflict and hatred," Iranian President Mohammad Khatami said before the funeral. State leaders and dignitaries from more than half the world's nations attended the funeral. UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan chatted with several leaders beforehand. US President George W. Bush was accompanied by his wife Laura. Former US president Bill Clinton,...
  • A day in the life of President Bush (photos): 04.08.05

    04/08/2005 2:01:14 PM PDT · by MJY1288 · 303 replies · 5,224+ views
    Yahoo, White House
    President Bush and the First Lady attended the "majestic" funeral for Pope John Paul II today in Rome. The President and the First Lady, as well as, Poppy Bush are heading for the Ranch as I'm typing this. The President spoke to the Press Pool on the way back from Rome.. It is a must read, I will post a link to the interview
  • **List of World & Religious Leaders To Attend Funeral Friday in Vatican City** (from Italian Press)

    04/07/2005 1:22:09 PM PDT · by AmericanInTokyo · 38 replies · 1,613+ views
    Corriere dela Sur newspaper (in Italian) ^ | 7 April 2005 | AmericanInTokyo
    SOVRANI E PRINCIPI - CARLO D’INGHILTERRA principe del Galles - RE JUAN CARLOS di Spagna e la regina Sofia - RE ALBERTO II del Belgio e la regina Paola - REGINA MARGHERITA II di Danimarca e il Principe Consorte Henrik - RE ABDALLAH di Giordania - GRAN DUCA HENRI e Gran Duchessa Maria Teresa di Lussemburgo - REGINA SONJA di Norvegia - RE CARLO GUSTAVO XVI di Svezia e la regina Silvia - IL PRINCIPE HANS-ADAM II la principessa Maria e il principe Nicholas del Liechtenstein DELEGAZIONI POLITICHE - AFGHANISTAN Hamid Karzai, Presidente - ALBANIA Alfred Moisiu, Presidente - ARGENTINA...
  • Italy's Challenge: Protecting Papal Crowds

    04/06/2005 6:26:42 PM PDT · by ELS · 8 replies · 385+ views
    Yahoo! News ^ | April 6, 2005 | WILLIAM J. KOLE
    ROME - Anti-aircraft rocket launchers are in place around Rome, and a navy warship armed with torpedoes is patrolling the coastline near the capital. Those and other security measures are Italy's menacing message to terrorists ahead of Pope John Paul II's funeral. AP Photo   Although Italian authorities are playing down the threat of an attack, they're also taking no chances: Friday's funeral will draw millions of pilgrims along with President Bush, two of his predecessors and dozens of monarchs, presidents and prime ministers. There are plenty of reasons why militants might consider a strike, foremost among them Italy's involvement...
  • World Leaders Issue Praise For Powell

    11/15/2004 9:12:27 PM PST · by WestVirginiaRebel · 6 replies · 278+ views
    Las Vegas Sun ^ | 11-16-04 | WestVirginiaRebel
    LONDON (AP)World leaders saluted Secretary of State Colin Powell on Monday, with some expressing regret at the departure of a figure who had sought international consensus through his multilateralist views. All said they hoped for constructive ties with his successor.
  • World Leaders React to Bush Victory

    11/03/2004 12:17:48 PM PST · by stainlessbanner · 6 replies · 935+ views
    AINA ^ | 03-Nov-2004
    (CNN) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin led world leaders' tributes to George W. Bush's victory in the U.S. presidential race, saying it meant Americans had not allowed themselves to be cowed by terrorists. "If Bush wins... I can only feel joy that the American people did not allow itself to be intimidated, and made the most sensible decision," Putin said at a Kremlin news conference after talks with Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi.He was speaking before Democratic challenger John Kerry conceded victory to Bush in Tuesday's vote.Ex-KGB agent Putin and former oilman Bush have forged a close relationship that Russian opposition...
  • Chirac congratulates Bush on re-election

    11/03/2004 4:29:00 PM PST · by ambrose · 40 replies · 717+ views
    AFP ^ | 11/3
    Chirac congratulates Bush on re-election AFP: 11/3/2004 PARIS, Nov 3 (AFP) - French President Jacques Chirac on Wednesday congratulated US President George W. Bush on his re-election, saying he hoped Bush's second term would be a chance to reinforce Franco-US relations. "On behalf of France, and on my personal behalf, I would like to express to you my most sincere congratulations for your re-election to the presidency of the United States of America," Chirac wrote in a letter to Bush. "I hope that your second term will provide an opportunity to reinforce the Franco-American friendship," the French leader said, according...
  • World Leaders Anxiously Await U.S. Election

    10/24/2004 5:02:35 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 7 replies · 468+ views
    Reuters ^ | 10-24-04 | By Timothy Heritage
    PARIS (Reuters) - World leaders are anxiously awaiting the U.S. presidential election but major shifts in American foreign policy are unlikely whatever the outcome and there will be no change in the world order. Many of the foreign leaders who supported the U.S.-led invasion in Iraq, such as Italy's Silvio Berlusconi and Japan's Junichiro Koizumi, want President Bush re-elected on Nov. 2 to avoid being left isolated over the war. Although they might not say it openly, many of the opponents of the war, such as France's Jacques Chirac, want an end to four years of increasing U.S. unilateralism under...
  • A new poll in 35 countries suggests ..prefer .. Kerry as US president over George W Bush.

    09/21/2004 1:24:24 PM PDT · by Former Military Chick · 39 replies · 851+ views
    BBC ^ | 9 September, 2004
    World 'wants Kerry as president' A new poll in 35 countries suggests that people around the world would prefer Democratic challenger John Kerry as US president over George W Bush. Global research company GlobeScan Inc and the University of Maryland found clear leads for Mr Kerry among those polled in 30 of the countries. Only Filipino, Polish and Nigerian respondents clearly backed Mr Bush. Most said Mr Bush's foreign policy had made them feel worse about the US since his election in 2000. Kerry would win handily if the people of the world were to elect the US president...
  • Edwards Suggests World Leaders Want Bush To Lose

    07/22/2004 8:09:36 AM PDT · by beyond the sea · 76 replies · 1,533+ views
    Drudge ^ | 7/22/04 | Drudge Edwards Suggests World Leaders Want Bush To Lose Thu Jul 22 2004 10:51:24 ET Sen. John Edwards said on CNN's LARRY KING LIVE last night: "Just a few weeks ago...I was in Brussels at NATO meeting with a whole group of NATO ambassadors and hearing their perspective on this. I just believe that these countries around the world, whose cooperation and alliances we need, believe that in order for them to have a fresh start with America, we're going to need a new president to do that. Now, they're not going to want to say this very vocally, of...
  • How Many World Leaders Does It Take To Stop The Name Calling?

    07/01/2004 7:30:52 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 2 replies · 149+ views
    HOW MANY WORLD LEADERS DOES IT TAKE TO STOP THE NAME CALLING?New Evidence Continues To Emerge OnThreat Of Saddam Hussein’s Regime______________________________________________________________________WHO WOULD KNOW?  AL GORE OR THE IRAQI PRIME MINISTER? New Iraqi Prime Minister Certain Saddam Had Terrorist Connections.  IRAQI PRIME MINISTER IYAD ALLAWI: "I believe very strongly that Saddam had relations with al Qaeda. We know Saddam has relationships with a lot of terrorists and international terrorism. Now, whether he is directly connected to the September atrocities or not, I can't vouch for this, but definitely I know he has connections with extremism and terrorists."  (NBC's "Nightly News," 6/29/04)WHO...
  • World Leaders Salute Ronald Reagan

    06/07/2004 2:17:13 PM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 7 replies · 127+ views
    The Las Vegas Sun ^ | June 07, 2004 at 13:01:47 PDT | THOMAS WAGNER
    LONDON (AP) - German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of Britain will attend the state funeral for Ronald Reagan. On Monday, U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan joined them and many others around the world in mourning the former president, praising his leadership during the Cold War. But some commentators also said that as good as his optimism and charm were for the self-image of the United States, Reagan hatched conservative economic and foreign policies in the Republican Party that some Europeans still regret. "Alongside his firm opposition to Soviet power there...
  • World leaders pay tribute to Ronald Reagan

    06/07/2004 12:16:18 PM PDT · by knighthawk · 4 replies · 138+ views
    Gulf News ^ | June 07 2004
    Former US President Ronald Reagan was remembered across Europe for his role in breaking down Cold War divisions on the continent and opening the path to independence for Soviet bloc nations. Russians recalled Reagan's tough rhetoric and how he launched a withering arms race that precipitated the collapse of the Soviet Union, which Reagan famously dubbed an "evil empire". Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev hailed Reagan as a great US president and said he was distraught by news of his death Saturday at age 93. "I take very hard the death of Ronald Reagan, a man whom by fate sat...
  • On Kerry & World Leaders: Is The Bush Administration Admired and Respected Around the World?

    04/21/2004 12:26:07 PM PDT · by ComtedeMaistre · 16 replies · 120+ views
    April 21, 2004 | ComtedeMaistre
    John Kerry may have been lying, when he said that he talked to world leaders, whom he claimed wanted him to defeat Bush in the November election. But we have to be realistic. The Bush administration does not have many friends around the world. I think I can count them on the fingers of one hand. Ariel Sharon is one leader who may prefer Bush over Kerry, because Bush is more hawkish on Israel. John Howard of Australia is another, who is the leader of the Australian conservatives. With Blair - I am not too sure. He had a very...
  • World Leaders Tighten Security, Travel

    11/21/2003 8:29:52 AM PST · by TexKat · 2 replies · 183+ views
    AP ^ | 11/21/03 | HANS GREIMEL
    TOKYO - World leaders tightened security and issued travel advisories on Friday as they condemned separate suicide bombing attacks five days apart in Istanbul, Turkey, that killed at least 50 people. The bombings — which targeted two synagogues on Saturday and then the British consulate and a London-based bank on Thursday — brought renewed pledges to combat terrorism and calls for new vigilance. Iran's leader said they contradict the teachings of Islam. Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi said the attacks were meant to "throw society into confusion," adding that the world must not give in to such threats. His sentiments...
  • At U.N., Muslim leaders warn U.S. on Palestinians

    09/24/2003 2:05:40 PM PDT · by TexKat · 13 replies · 158+ views
    Reuters via Yahoo News ^ | 9/24/03 | Not given
    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Islamic world leaders are urging Washington to stop ganging up on Palestinians in the name of the war on terror, warning this could fuel Muslims' perception that the campaign was targeting them. In speeches at the United Nations this week, leaders of Algeria, Indonesia, Pakistan and Syria said they feared the global battle against terrorism, the United States' top foreign policy priority, was being used as an excuse to tar the Palestinians' desire for an end to Israeli occupation. Kuwait, meanwhile, slammed a U.S. campaign to accuse its neighbor, Saudi Arabia, of being involved in terrorism....
  • Spanish paper publishes pictures of world leaders "hanging out"

    07/03/2002 12:36:33 PM PDT · by StopDemocratsDotCom · 84 replies · 767+ views
    "El Mundo" of Spain published these cool pics of world leaders at the recent G8 summit. WE NEED LOTS OF CUPS OF RUSSIAN OIL, PUTIN!
  • IDF surrounds Arafats office;updates

    03/31/2002 7:54:00 PM PST · by GeronL · 16 replies · 262+ views
    IDF Surrounds Arafat's Office "Many world leaders called me today to ask whether Arafat is holed up in two rooms, or in three," Prime Minister Sharon said today. "That's what interests them, and not the number of civilians murdered in the terrorist attacks." The Prime Minister convened his security cabinet this afternoon, where military leaders presented their operational plans. In light of the wave of terrorism, it was decided to step up the offensive. Mr. Sharon will address the country at 8:30 PM this evening. Arch-terrorist Yasser Arafat is still under IDF siege in his Mukata complex in Ramallah,...
  • World leaders seek Crawford invitations

    03/30/2002 5:29:26 AM PST · by MeekOneGOP · 30 replies · 321+ views
    The Dallas Morning News ^ | March 30, 2002 | By G. ROBERT HILLMAN / The Dallas Morning News
    World leaders seek Crawford invitations Bush taking 'special allies and special friends' to his ranch 03/30/2002 By G. ROBERT HILLMAN / The Dallas Morning News WASHINGTON - The Russian president has already visited. The British prime minister is coming next week. And the crown prince of Saudi Arabia is waiting his turn. Around the world, it's the Western White House that matters most these days the 1,600-acre ranch in Central Texas that President Bush calls home. INVITATION ONLY The first foreign leader listed in the guest book at President Bush's Prairie Chapel Ranch in Crawford is Russian President Vladimir...