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Speeches

Speech given by Hon. Bhubaneswar Kalita, a member of Parliament of India, on “Global and Local Responses to Terrorism” at the International Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. 

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“All stakeholders must play their role to work toward lasting peace,” Zambia's vice president stated in a message to the opening session of the ILC in Lusaka, Zambia.

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Acceptance Speech of Sen. Ibrahim Nasiru Mantu, Former Deputy President of the Nigerian Senate, upon Being Named National Chair of UPF-Nigeria

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One of the worst waves hit my home, Baghdad, in 2003. This was one of the first instances when we vividly saw our youth decide to stand for their country and for their people.

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We consider that one of the rights associated with freedom of religion is the free expression of our beliefs, both in public and in private, individually and collectively. And for that reason we reject any initiative that aims to exclude religions from the political, social and cultural life of the Colombian people.

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Many challenges are facing Europe at this very moment. First of all, we have to look at the continent as a whole, including Russia and the former Soviet republics, the Balkans and the southern Mediterranean area.

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I feel privileged to talk to you on women, the family and peace based on the intensive consultations and numerous meetings with member states, regional partners, civil society and women’s groups that the UN High Level Independent Panel on Peace Operations has held on four continents.

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On July 27 I launched at the Knesset (the Israeli Parliament) my diplomatic outline for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The outline was launched with the Israeli opposition leader, Member of Knesset Isaac Herzog, and more than 25 members of the Knesset, along with over 450 participants from across the nation.

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In today’s world the distribution of power is changing in a basic way. The center of global gravity is indeed moving away from the Atlantic—where it has been for the last 150 years—and tilting toward the Pacific.

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South Asia has experienced a long period of robust economic growth and is also regarded as one of the fastest-growing economies. It has been forecast to have a steady economic growth of 7.5 percent in 2016 and 2017. However, this region is home to 40 percent of the world’s poor (people who live under $1.25 a day), more than 200 million live in slums and half a billion go without electricity. 

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Every generation has its challenges. These may not be the same as those of former generations, though some have a tendency to turn up again every few years. In Germany, where I come from, the global situation has come down rather vehemently on political and civil authorities, in the last months, exhibiting in particular the faces of hundreds of thousands of refugees.

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The cry of "Never Again" has failed in Bosnia, as you all know. Once again an intolerable affront to the human conscience has occurred: genocide. I have lived it. And I have survived it in order to testify before you today that the law is not in the books; the law is in the heart, and the heart is in the soul, and the soul is in the trust, and the trust is in God...

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