Friday, December 16, 2011

comeback?


"Rubalcaba and his team are too discredited and can not, therefore, drive the renewal that was demanded of him. Look for a new 'helmsman', someone with experience and prestige, and some re-launched the name of Javier Solana, backed by some media. The idea is not new, of course, because he tried to push over a year to make Solana mayor of Madrid...."

LINK of Spanish article

LINK of googletranslated article

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

is this the rise of the little horn soon upon the world?..........

RomaLynn said...

Thanks for staying with this Bjorn. We appreciate your watching and helping us.

Anonymous said...

Incoming EU president (Schulz):
Europe to block deals with Israel
until peace process moves forward

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http://tinyurl.com/7cbl3uk

or

http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/features/incoming-eu-president-europe-to-block-deals-with-israel-until-peace-process-moves-forward-1.402041

Anonymous said...

"Solana's cautious stance on the U.S. request to build a radar base in the Czech Republic and deploy 10 interceptor missiles in Poland, as part of the system, corresponds with concerns of many other EU leaders,...'This missile defense system will solve nothing and get us into a new arms race,' said Martin Schulz, German floor leader of the EU assembly socialist grouping."

http://tinyurl.com/7aye6ke

or

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/29/world/europe/29iht-shield.4.5074668.html

Anonymous said...

PES leaders call for stronger, bolder recovery plan
19/03/2009


PES party leaders meeting in Brussels ahead of the EU Summit...The leaders agreed that “Only a stronger, bolder and better coordinated European and global recovery effort will lift us out of recession.”

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The PES leaders proposed a seven-point strategy to update the European Economy Recovery plan including:

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- reform of global governance which “was designed for another time.”

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Those taking part in the meeting included...Javier Solana, Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, Martin Schulz..."

http://tinyurl.com/7njyr7k

or

http://www.pes.org/en/news/pes-leaders-call-stronger-bolder-recovery-plan