Reagan did a lot of this during the Reykjavík Summit with Gorbachev, but it was part of his strategy. He was TRYING to make Gorby and the Russians think he was a maniac. Hell, maybe he would launch the nukes — he was that crazy. Though this did … . . . → Read More: mark a rayner: Crazy like a fox
NATO leaders gather in Wales next week for what could be the alliance’s most important summit in years. Instead of focusing on housekeeping issues to tidy up the not very successful adventure in Afghanistan, alliance members will find their plates full with developing approaches to the Ukrainian chaos and the rampaging Islamic State in . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Big Summit Next Week – Maybe the Biggest in Years
Canadian Labour Congress | Press Release: More than 350 labour leaders met for a one-day summit on Friday, March 22 in Toronto to talk about how their members can advocate for greater fairness for all Canadians. “We met to reaffirm our resolve that all Canadian workers have the right to share […]
The post Summit . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive | News & Analysis: Summit tackles growing unfairness in Canada: Unions resolve to be part of solution
A coalition of community and labour organizations is hosting a local summit in Kitchener-Waterloo in time for the September 6 by-election. The by-election will determine whether or not the McGuinty government can pick up the seat vacated by former MPP … Continue reading →
Facing an unprecedented environmental crisis a world summit like no other was called.
“We have to do something, we can’t let our environment just die.” A member of the Dirt delegation said with the driest of throats.
Other representatives of the world’s nature lined the large circular table. Tree’s foreign minister sat there with . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Nature’s Environment Is Man
The conclusion of the most recent G20 summit in Seoul last Friday, hailed as a success for political reasons by attending politicians, was punctuated with the following agreed upon statement: “Uneven growth and widening imbalances are fueling the temptation to diverge from global solutions into uncoordinated action… uncoordinated policy actions will only lead to worse . . . → Read More: World Headlines Review: Seoul G20: Perplexing Conclusion, Clear Result