David Miliband

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The US needs to decide what role it wants to play, and who it wants to ally with, in the debates about the future of those parts of Syria still outside government control, and the future shape of a national government. This cannot be considered independently of the commitment to defeat Isis in Iraq, where the US again faces the conundrum that Iran has the same declared enemy, but where victory threatens to extend its influence.feedback
Mar 22 2017 Syria conflict
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Countries like Greece both have to deal with the current wave of refugees who are here at the moment, about 40,000 to 50,000, but also ensure it's in a position in case more people come later this year or next year.feedback

I am so proud of my campaign, I am so proud of my party, but above all I am incredibly proud of my brother.feedback

If no party has an absolute majority then no party has an absolute moral right to a monopoly of power. There is a moral injunction to us to talk to each other, that is the new politics.feedback

The plan is to make sure that we use Spain, southern Spain as a hub for the return of British people, whether they be in Europe or further afield. Many people are making their own way via train and coach, and we want to make sure there are additional coaches, additional trains, additional ferries across the channel to get them back as quickly as possible.feedback

Taking this together with other inquiries, and the link to Israel established by SOCA (the UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency), we have concluded that there are compelling reasons to believe that Israel was responsible for the misuse of the British passports.feedback

Given that this was a very sophisticated operation, in which high quality forgeries were made, the government judges it is highly likely that the forgeries were made by a state intelligence service.feedback

We now need to implement the agreement that was made in London yesterday. I think it is a very strong agreement about security, about governance, about economy and above all the political settlements Afghanistan needs.feedback

The intention is for some provinces to transition by late 2010/early 2011, on the road to meet President Karzai's commitment that half of Afghanistan provinces would have an Afghan security leadership within three years and the whole of Afghanistan would be under Afghan security leadership within five years.feedback

I think there's been a big change in Iraq to do with the shift of groups that were committed to furthering their ends through violence, committing to the political process ahead of the elections in Iraq next March. That is the foundation of the release today.feedback

I believe that every single Foreign Minister attending this meeting and every single Government, needs to ask themselves whether they are doing the maximum possible on the military and civilian side to insure success in Afghanistan.feedback

The Lisbon Treaty gives us the opportunity and the responsibility to play a major role in the world. I think that we need strong leadership to achieve that.feedback

I think that every country will consider for themselves what sort of person they want. That's the issue that we have to decide on first, and then the personalities come later. I think very strongly it is not a competition between large and small countries. This is about a common European interest.feedback

I think it's very important that we preserve the fundamental principle of our intelligence relationships, not just with the US, but with other countries, which is that if we give them our secrets they protect them, and if they give us their secrets we protect them as well. These documents have been given to Mr Mohamed's defence counsel, but I don't think it's right that they're just published into the public domain.feedback

We acknowledge the recent measures taken by Iran regarding its cooperation with the IAEA and encourage Iran to cooperate further with the IAEA to resolve the remaining issues which need to be clarified to exclude the possibility of military dimensions to Iran's nuclear programme.feedback

I think we're first of all here to sound the alarm that there is a real danger that the Copenhagen deal won't be achieved unless there is a renewal of political momentum.feedback

The elections on August 20 need to be both credible and inclusive. These will be the first Afghan-led elections since the 1970s. We are all doing all we can to help ensure that the process is as credible and fair as possible, with additional troops, with election observers as well.feedback

I want to say on behalf on the British Government, that we are absolutely determined to be part of a coord (interrupted) … process that brings further tangible benefits to the people of Gibraltar and the people of Spain as well.feedback

I think there is unity here that it is for the Iranian people to choose their government, but it's for the Iranian government to protect their people. And the violence that we have seen over the last 10 days – the killings and the beatings – are deplorable and they show a failure to protect their own people.feedback

I think that Britain needs strong and progressive government more than ever, and I think that the prime minister and the rest of us have a big responsibility to provide that, and that applies on the domestic scene and the international scene.feedback

Secondly, I think the EU does have an important humanitarian role. There is big EU money that needs to go in to help provide the food and the fuel and the medicines that are desperately needed in Gaza.feedback

The responsibility for a resolution of the Middle East conflict does not fall to Israel and the Palestinians, though they must lead the process. It falls to every state in the region, for the only sustainable peace must be a 23 state solution, not just a two state solution.feedback

Britain will from next month be leading a European Union foreign defence policy group that works to use European military assets, naval assets, to disrupt and to tackle the scourge of piracy in the Gulf of Aden.feedback

The Democratic Republic of Congo government should take proper command of its forces, honour its obligations under the Nairobi accords and establish channels of communication with all communities in the country and all its neighbours. The Nairobi agreement also requires active steps from the government of Rwanda and we look to the government there to fulfill its reponsibilities.feedback

There are 17,000 UN troops in the country at the moment. What we do need to do is make sure that those troops are redeployed in the regions that are under great stress, so the humanitarian aid can get in. But we also know that while Humanitarian aid depends on security, security depends on a proper political process.feedback

It is no exaggeration to say that you have transformed the political debate about international development in this country over the last eleven years, and we should take inspiration from that.feedback

These Tories are beatable. Let's say it with conviction…The toughest day in government is 10 times better than the easiest day in opposition, not for us but for the people that we represent.feedback

I'm absolutely convinced that Gordon can lead us to victory, that he's a man of enormous integrity, values, drive and vision and I think that we're going to prove people wrong.feedback

We don't intend to allow the (Russian) military, which could be used in action or aggression against another country, to use our territory as a base.feedback

The language of condemnation in the presidential statement is something that I think is very important in trying to take away the last shreds of legitimacy that exist for the Mugabe regime and we look forward to taking forward that debate at the UN.feedback

There is not a military option for Britain when it comes to Zimbabwe, but it is significant that African states are now talking about a peacekeeping force. Obviously it would be an African force. But today is the day for political clarity from leaders around the world and that is what we want.feedback

Russia has failed to show any legal reasons under Russian or international law why the British Council should not continue to operate. Therefore, instead of taking legal action against the council, the Russian government has resorted to the intimidation of council's staff. We saw similar actions during the Cold War but frankly thought that they had been put behind us.feedback

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