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1921 In France - Events
... his cabinet as follows Presidency of the Cabinet Council and Minister for Foreign Affairs Aristide Briand Minister of Justice Laurent Bonnevay Minister ... Germany pay, and he also promised to make every effort toward the revival of diplomatic relations with the Vatican ... Early in April the Senate discussed expenditure on foreign affairs, finally agreeing to the proposals of the government ...
De La Salle – College Of Saint Benilde - Academics - School of Multidisciplinary Studies
... Studies (SMS) handles the general education curriculum of all programs offered by the college ... It offers the Bachelor of Arts in Consular and Diplomatic Affairs (CDA) degree ... The CDA program aims to develop practitioners in international relations ...
Georges Bonnet - Foreign Minister, 1938–1939 - 1939 To Danzig
... Léon Bérard to sound out the Nationalists about establishing diplomatic relations ... hope of having influence with General Franco, and on February 28, 1939, France broke diplomatic relations with the Republican government in Madrid and ... out a letter calling for an inquiry into Bonnet's conduct of foreign affairs ...
Foreign Relations Of Russia - Vladimir Putin's Policies
... In international affairs, Putin made increasingly critical public statements regarding the foreign policy of the United States and other Western countries ... was criticized as unwarranted interference in the affairs of a sovereign state (See also The Orange revolution) ... of the conflict are already emerging—in diplomatic stand-offs over Kosovo, Ukraine, Georgia and Estonia in conflicts over gas and oil pipelines in nasty diplomatic exchanges between Russia and Britain and in a ...

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