Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Germany gets a boost for security seat at UN.

UN: Yeah, you sorta have to read between the lines.

President George W. Bush and Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder highlighted a new warmth in US-German relations as Bush promised the United States would not block a German bid for a Reforms to the United Nations dominated what Bush called "frank" talks at the White House between the two leaders, who had been divided over German opposition to the US war in Iraq. "We oppose no country's bid for the Security Council," Bush said to the obvious delight of the German leader who faces a re-election test in September. Germany has been part of a campaign with Brazil, India and Japan to get permanent seats on the council though it has withdrawn demands for a veto on resolutions that the five current permanent members get.
In the words of Batman to Ra's al Ghul: "I'm not going to kill you. But I don't have to save you."

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