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Mattis Discusses Singapore Summit, North Korea, DoD Audit With Reporters

North Korea was a topic in almost all of his bilateral talks with leaders of other nations, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis told reporters last night on his return flight from Singapore and his Indo-Pacific region trip.

SOP newswireStatement By U.S. Commerce Secretary Gutierrez on Luxury Goods Ban to North Korea - U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos M. Gutierrez released the following statement on actions being taken to implement UN Security Council Resolution 1718, imposing certain sanctions on North Korea in response to its testing of a nuclear
SOP newswireIraq Study Is Normal Process, U.S. General Says - Washington -- The Joint Chiefs of Staff have been conducting deliberations on U.S. strategy in Iraq since September, calling on the opinions of recently returned mid-level commanders as part of the process, says Marine General Peter Pace.
SOP newswire28 bodies found south of Baqubah - Elements from 2nd Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 5th Iraqi army, with support from
SOP newswireIncoming U.S. Congress Seen Not Changing Trade Agenda - Washington – The Bush administration’s trade agenda will remain basically unchanged as the Democrats take control of the Congress in January 2007 for the first time in 12 years, U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab said November 28.
SOP newswireUnited States Joins United Nations Convention Against Corruption - Today, November 29, the United States becomes a party to the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC). UNCAC is quickly becoming a focal point for international anticorruption action. It is the most comprehensive anticorruption treaty ever developed, and will be the first international anticorruption agreement to
Nancy Lee Wolfe (HR Development/Content Manager)Fall From Grace - Joe Leigh Story - When a career politician self-destructs, is it the end of the road? Maybe not.
SOP newswirePresident Bush Discusses NATO Alliance During Visit to Latvia - Thank you all. Labdien! (Applause.) Madam President, thank you for your kind words. Thank you for your leadership, and thank you for your friendship. Mr. Speaker; Mr. Prime Minister; Senator Sessions from the great state of Alabama, who is with us; Mark Leland, my friend from a long period of time
SOP newswireInterview With Eberhard Piltz of ZDF - Madame Secretary, the two most important items on this major conference are of course related: the increasingly global role for NATO and Afghanistan. There are many in Germany who do not accept the notion that their freedom has to be defended and they even push for (inaudible).
SOP newswireAllies Making Enormous Contributions in Iraq Bush Says - WASHINGTON, Nov. 28, 2006 – NATO allies are making enormous contributions to freedom in Iraq, and U.S. forces won’t leave until the mission is complete, President Bush said today in Riga, Latvia.
SOP newswireWar in Iraq Now a Civil War - MSNBC and NBC news, said they will now refer to the war in Iraq as a civil war.
SOP newswireFour Civilians Injured in Ramadi - AR RAMADI, Iraq – Four civilians were evacuated to Camp Taqqadum for medical treatment of injuries sustained from mortar fire in northern Sofia directed against insurgent forces Nov. 26.
SOP newswirePresident Bush's Radio Address - Good morning. This week, Americans across our Nation gather with loved ones to give thanks for the many blessings we share. We're grateful for our friends and families, who fill our lives with meaning and purpose. We're grateful to live in a land of plenty and during a time of great prosperity. And
SOP newswirePresident Bush Talks Turkey - Good morning. Thanks for coming. (Applause.) Welcome to the Rose Garden. I appreciate being up here with Mike Briggs and Alice Johnson of the National Turkey Federation, and I thank you for bringing along our feathery guest. (Laughter.) We're glad
SOP newswireBush Condemns Assassination of Lebanese Cabinet Minister - Washington -- President Bush strongly condemned the assassination of Lebanese Industry Minister Pierre Gemayel, calling for a complete investigation as well as for the international community’s continued support
SOP newswirePresident Yudhoyono of Indonesia Meets with President Bush - Ladies and gentlemen, today we have received a visit of President Bush, who has come here to increase our cooperation and friendship between Indonesia and the United States. And we just
SOP newswireUnited States and the Republic of Indonesia Joint Statement - President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and President George W. Bush today reaffirmed the strength and vitality of the bilateral relationship between Indonesia and the United States, and reviewed the highly positive development of U.S-Indonesia
SOP newswireBush's Vietnam Visit Opportunity To Consult with Counterparts - Washington -- President Bush’s visit to Hanoi, Vietnam, for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders’ Meeting November 18-19 offered him the opportunity to meet with the presidents of China and Russia
SOP newswirePresident Putin of Russia Meets with President Bush - Today, Vladimir and I are pleased to report that after a long set of negotiations, Representative Gref and Ambassador Schwab have signed agreements that will be good for the United States and good for Russia -- and that is
SOP newswireRice Says Asia-Pacific Economic Forum Fosters Sense of Community - Washington -- The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum is emerging as
SOP newswireBush Welcomes U.S.-India Nuclear Agreement - Washington -- The White House welcomed the Senate’s approval of the U.S.-India Civil Nuclear Cooperation agreement, signed earlier this year by President Bush and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
SOP newswireNorth Korea, Free Trade, Regional Stability Among Key Topics Says Bush - Washington – For leaders of economies in the region, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam, provides a
SOP newswirePresident Bush Meets with President Hu Jintao of the People's Republic of China - It's a great pleasure to see you again, Mr. President. I remember, in the course of this year we have already met each other three times, we had four telephone conversations, and we also maintained frequent exchange of
SOP newswireThird Review Conference on Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons - The Third Review Conference of the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons, which concluded today, November 17, 2006, welcomed the entry into force of a new Protocol on Explosive
SOP newswireRice Says, Vietnam Has Bright Future - Washington – A country that seemed inexorably linked with war
SOP newswireSecretary Condoleezza Rice Remarks at the APEC CEO Summit - Thank you for that overly generous introduction and I bring you greetings on behalf of President Bush, who is currently attending the first session of the APEC Leaders. I'd also like to thank
SOP newswirePresident Bush Meets with Prime Minister Abe of Japan - Mr. Prime Minister, thank you very much for your time. We just had a very frank and full discussion. I admire the Prime Minister's intellect, I'm very comfortable with his style, and I'm very confident we'll be able to work together for
SOP newswirePresident Bush Exchanges Toasts at State Banquet in Vietnam - PRESIDENT BUSH: Mr. President, and Madam Chi, the reason I'm smiling is because I'm really happy to be here. And so is Laura. And we thank you for your warm hospitality. First, I want to congratulate you for your
SOP newswireState's Dobriansky Recaps U.S. Efforts on Climate Change - Washington -- Assisting developing nations deal with critical environmental challenges like climate change is a top priority of the Bush administration
SOP newswireInterview With Maura Fogarty of CNBC Asia - Well, I think the United States is very engaged in Asia. First of all, the President is coming here to Southeast Asia. I was just in Southeast Asia, in Kuala Lumpur last summer for the ASEAN meetings. Not too long ago I was in Northeast Asia, in China and Japan and South Korea to deal with the North Korean nuclear
SOP newswireStatement on Senate Vote on the U.S. - India Civil Nuclear Cooperation Initiative - We thank the Senate and appreciate its willingness to consider the legislation promptly, the strong support of the Senate leadership, as well as the time and attention of many members of the Senate
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