U.S. Senate Ratifies New START Treaty

The U.S. Senate ratified the New START arms reduction treaty between the United States and Russia that will reduce each nation’s nuclear arsenals to their lowest levels in more than a half century. The Senate gave its approval by
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Russian Ministry Hosts “U.S. Student Body Presidents”

Student body presidents representing U.S. colleges and universities across the United States went to Russia in November to meet their counterparts in what many officials and academics hope will be the first of many such exchanges in coming years. It was the first fully funded program sponsored by a (more...)

A British Judge Released Julian Assange On Bail

A British judge released 39-year-old Australian Julian Assange on bail. Assange has spent nine days in a London jail after Sweden issued an arrest warrant for him over allegations of sexual misconduct made by two female. He spoke to journalists and supporters waiting in the snow outside Britain's High Court five hours (more...)

Upholding Human Rights Remains Challenging

As 2010 comes to a close and much of the free world concludes commemorations of the 62nd anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights , Michael Posner, assistant secretary of state for democracy, human rights and labor, shares his views in the following interview. Q: What (more...)

U.S. Envoy Rice on U.N. Contest for Youth

Ambassador Rice Announces UN Security Council Youth Event: "Your World, Your Future:  Voices of a New Generation”. Call for Worldwide Submissions by Young People. Deadline is December 14, 2010 As part of its December Presidency of the UN Security Council, the United States will host an innovative event to bring the (more...)

Anti-WikiLeaks Legislation

PayPal has posted a statement to its website, saying: "PayPal has permanently restricted the account used by WikiLeaks due to a violation of the PayPal Acceptable Use Policy, which states that our payment service cannot be used for any activities that encourage, promote, facilitate or instruct (more...)

Vladimir Putin will give an interview to Larry King on CNN

The press secretary of the Russian Prime Minister, Dmitry Peskov, confirmed to Interfax that Vladimir Putin will give an interview to the journalist Larry King on CNN TV. According to Peskov, an interview with the Russian Prime Minister in the form of a teleconference between Russia and the U.S. will be shown (more...)

Secretary Clinton on Wikileaks’ Release of Confidential Documents

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will attend the 2010 Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Summit December 1–2 in Kazakhstan. But before, in the end of November Hillary Clinton remarked  to the Press on the Release of Confidential Documents. SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, good afternoon. Do we (more...)

Joint Statement at NATO-Russia Council Meeting in Lisbon

NATO-Russia Council Joint Statement at the meeting of the NATO-Russia Council held in Lisbon on 20 November 2010 We, the Heads of State and Government of the NATO-Russia Council, met today in Lisbon and affirmed that we have embarked on a new stage of cooperation towards a true strategic (more...)

Obama Praises U.S. – Europe Relations

President Obama praised the U.S.-European relationship for its deep cooperation and close ties as he arrived in Lisbon, Portugal, for the 2010 NATO Summit and U.S.–European Union Summit. “With no other region does the United States have such a close alignment of values, interests, capabilities and goals,” - Obama (more...)

Nazi Scientists In The US?

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U.S. Cattle Helping Build Kazakh Beef Industry

The future of Kazakhstan’s beef industry is flying in from the United States on a Boeing 747. As Kazakhstan tries to improve its agriculture, officials are working with cattlemen in the U.S. state of North Dakota to upgrade Kazakhstan’s beef breeding stock. Under an agreement between a U.S. (more...)

Fed Commits to $600 Billion in Government Bonds

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Obama Speaks After Mid Term Elections

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U.S. Attorney General Combats Intellectual Property Piracy

Washington — U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has called for greater international law enforcement cooperation to combat intellectual property piracy, which robs industry of billions of dollars annually and endangers the safety of consumers worldwide. “For too long, these illegal activities have been perceived as ‘business as usual,’” Holder said October (more...)

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