With Arms Pact, Disarmament Challenge Remains

The New York Times April 7, 2010 PRAGUE — President Obama came to this medieval city last spring to lay out an audacious vision of “a world without nuclear weapons.” A year later, he arrives back here on Thursday to sign a treaty with Russia that envisions a world with thousands of nuclear weapons. more

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European Body Moves on Privacy Front

The New York Times April 6, 2010 BRUSSELS — The European Commission is seeking the right for its citizens to sue in American courts if they believe that airline passenger data transmitted to the United States has been misused — part of a new bid to make protecting privacy compatible with fighting terror. more

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Gordon Brown Finally Takes the Plunge

Spiegel April 6, 2010 After months of waiting, Gordon Brown’s announcement that elections will be held on May 6 is heating up the election campaign in Britain. The embattled prime minister is trying to come across as a man of the people, while his challenger David Cameron spouts vague messages of change. In the end, […]

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What’s on the menu for Erdogan’s visit to the U.S.

Foreign Policy April 6, 2010 After a month of uncertainty, on Friday, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan finally announced that he would attend the Nuclear Security Summit hosted by President Obama in Washington. He also announced that the Turkish Ambassador to the United States, Namik Tan, is preparing to fly back to Washington today. […]

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European Body Moves on Privacy Front

The New York Times April 6, 2010 BRUSSELS — The European Commission is seeking the right for its citizens to sue in American courts if they believe that airline passenger data transmitted to the United States has been misused — part of a new bid to make protecting privacy compatible with fighting terror. more

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