Gordon Brown To Meet George Bush At Camp David ...
So Gordon and George are going to get together at Camp David, eh?
Oh, to be a fly on the wall, eh?
Here's what today's Guardian has to say on the subject.
Brown to meet Bush at Camp DavidMatthew Tempest, political correspondent
Thursday July 26, 2007
Gordon Brown will meet the US president, George Bush, for their first formal face-to-face summit at the weekend.
The prime minister will see Mr Bush at the presidential retreat of Camp David in Maryland on Sunday night, before heading to New York to give an address to the United Nations.
Read the rest of the report right here.
Two weeks ago one of Mr Brown's most trusted proteges, the trade and development secretary, Douglas Alexander, made a speech in Washington pointedly calling for the US to "recognise the importance of a rules-based international system".
"We need to demonstrate by our deeds, words and our actions that we are internationalist, not isolationist, multilateralist, not unilateralist, active and not passive, and driven by core values, consistently applied, not special interests," he said.
In addition, Mr Brown has appointed the former deputy UN general secretary and Iraq war-sceptic, Mark Malloch Brown to his foreign affairs team.Lord Malloch-Brown has described himself as "proud to be an anti-neo con" ...
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