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  • Putin: the pariah of G20
    Putin: the pariah of G20
    Russian President Vladimir Putin turned out to be the Anna Karenina of the Group of 20 major economies summit (G20), where he was ostracized by all Western leaders. On November 16, 2014, he was the first world leader to leave the G20 in a hurry,...
  • Vladimir Putin leaves G20 summit to get some beauty rest
    Vladimir Putin leaves G20 summit to get some beauty rest
    Russian President Vladimir Putin left the G20 Summit yesterday, November 15, 2014, because he said, he needs to get at least four hours of sleep before he returns to work on Monday morning in Russia. The G20 concludes today in Brisbane, Australia....
  • Bank deposits will soon no longer be considered money but paper investments
    Bank deposits will soon no longer be considered money but paper investments
    This weekend the G20 nations will convene in Brisbane, Australia to conclude a week of Asian festivities that began in Beijing for the developed countries and major economies. And on Sunday, the biggest deal of the week will be made as the G20...
  • Tony Blair
    Radical Islam is a global threat to economic security
    Former UK Prime Minister, Tony Blair lays his assessment squarely on the line that Islamic theocracy and radicalism undermines security including economic security that is the foundation for everything else. If there is anything to be shared...
  • G20 Leaders Meet In St. Petersburg For The Summit
    Stocks rise on positive economic reports
    Stocks rose this morning and have been trading at a positive percentage change from the momentum of economic data from China and Japan, but the looming Syrian conflict could decrease this momentum. Economic highlights from zacks.com suggest that...
  • Obama cancels G20 meeting with Putin
    Obama gives Putin the cold shoulder
    The White House released a statement today announcing the cancelation of a scheduled meeting between President Obama and Russia’s President Vladmir Putin.The meeting was scheduled to take place during the 2013 G20 Summit in St. Petersburg...
  • Russia starts dialogue with civil society at G20 Civil Summit
    Russia starts dialogue with civil society at G20 Civil Summit
    As Russia prepares to host the G20 summit in St. Petersburg this September, Moscow hosted the first ever G20 Civil Summit. Bringing together representatives from across the world of various NGO’s, non-profits and people from civil society...
  • Edward Snowden
    GCHQ spied on foreign politicians at G-20 summits
    On June 16, the Guardian revealed that the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), the British counterpart of the American National Security Agency (NSA), spied on the internet activities and phone calls of foreign politicians during the G...
  • Supporters gather in Hong Kong
    After UK bans Snowden, new extremely damaging information is released
    Edward Snowden appears to be armed with plenty of sensitive information regarding not only NSA operations but also damaging information regarding other countries' surveillance operations as well.The UK made it known that Edward Snowden would...
  • Russian President Putin
    Putin says all armed parties in Syria need to agree to stop the bloodshed
    In response to a reporter’s question in June regarding so called "regime change in Syria", President Putin made the point perfectly clear that Russia wants a peaceful resolution in that country to end the bloodshed and violence...
  • Travel
    G20 recognizes economic role of the world’s travel industries
    The U.S. Travel Association on June 22, 2012, applauded G20 leaders for recognizing the role travel plays in job creation and economic growth and development. Roger Dow, president and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association stated, "The U.S....
  • Prime Minister David Cameron
    G20: Cameron urges decisiveness in European crisis
    While meeting with world leaders at the G20 summit in Mexico, British Prime Minister David Cameron has asked that the eurozone countries, or euro area as they are officially known, act “clearly and decisively” to combat the on-going...
  • Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton disregards fashion with independent thinking
    On Feb. 21, the Huffington Post released photos of Hillary Clinton’s choice of fashion for a group photo at the G20 Ministers of Foreign Affairs meeting in Mexico. Clinton opted for a chartreuse (lime green) pantsuit, possibly unaware that...
  • Pres. Obama and French President Nicolas Sarkozy at G20 Summit
    President Obama in Cannes for G20 Summit: Promising to 'guide' Europe
    On the political scene, President Barack Obama is in Cannes, France today, Thursday, Nov. 3 for the G20 Summit. The meeting of world leaders, which includes French President Nicholas Sarkozy will run two days, through Nov. 4 and is hoped to help...
  • Global day of action for Tibet
    Global day of action
    Today Tibet supporters have come together in cities worldwide for ‘Global Day of Action', in an initiative by Stand Up For Tibet. Supporters have planned to sign a pledge of solidarity against Chinese rule and repression in Tibet....