International issues

11.06.2009

Security Council Members Agree on North Korea Sanctions

UN Security Council members have agreed on a new round of sanctions in response to North Korea’s recent nuclear test and missile launches. The new measures include asking countries to inspect North Korean vessels carrying suspicious cargo and requiring them to deny the vessels fuel. The US ambassador to the UN, Susan Rice, praised the agreement. »

09.06.2009

Human destiny

French President Nicolas Sarkozy, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper joined Obama at Saturday's ceremony held under bright skies—a stark contrast to the winds and rain that marked D-Day. »

09.06.2009

President of Uruguay: “Peace is everyone’s right”

Tabaré Vazquez is the fifth Latin-American President to promote the campaign of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, following his peers in Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador and Argentina. »

28.05.2009

The Colombian Congress endorses the World March

According to Senate sources in Bogota, today Congress endorsed the World March. »

26.05.2009

UN Security Council Condemns North Korean Nuclear Test

The United Nations Security Council has unanimously condemned North Korea for carrying out an underground nuclear test Monday. »

25.05.2009

North Korea conducts nuclear test

North Korea has staged a "successful" underground nuclear test, the state-run KCNA agency reports. »

25.05.2009

Global indignation over North Korean nuclear test

The international community has expressed indignation and concern over North Korea's latest nuclear test. Even its traditional allies China and Russia condemned Monday's test in unusually strong terms. »

22.05.2009

President Rafael Correa to resolutely promote Nonviolence

In a 50 minute audience, today at 5pm, the President of Ecuador, economist Rafael Correa, spoke with much joy and fraternity to Rafael de la Rubia and Tomas Hirsch, to express his resolute commitment to the World March for Peace and Nonviolence. »

20.05.2009

US-Russia Panel Says Missile Shield Wouldn’t Work

A joint American-Russian commission has concluded the proposed US missile defense system in Eastern Europe would be ineffective against the types of Iranian missiles it would purportedly aim to stop. »

19.05.2009

USA and Russia In Negotiations for New Atomic Treaty

Russia and the United States started a two day round of negotiations to solidify a new agreement replacing the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty. »

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