316May 22, 2006
Life and Death of Raoul Wallenberg
The Congressional Human Rights Caucus hosted a discussion of the latest developments in the research for the truth about the imprisonment and death of Raoul Wallenberg. Mr. Wallenberg was ...
306Nov 2, 2009
At a photo opportunity in the Oval Office, President Obama and Prime Minister Reinfeldt spoke to reporters about relations between the U.S. and Sweden, international cooperation on the environment, ...
270Aug 26, 1999
How Finland Survived the Cold War
Participants talked about how Finland survived politically and economically as a neighbor to the Soviet Union during the Cold War. They focused on the political influence of Communism in ...
238Mar 7, 2005
Arrival of King and Queen of Norway
The official greeting of King Harald and Queen Sonja of Norway was shown.
204Aug 1, 2011
Norwegian Parliament Memorial Service for Bombing Victims
A memorial tribute in the Norwegian Parliament honoring the victims of a bombing and mass shooting incident was shown.
111Mar 14, 2011
President Obama and Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen spoke to reporters and answered questions about ties between the United States and Denmark, the common global and security challenges the two ...
111Apr 16, 2007
Scandinavian Welfare Model
Participants spoke about social and public policy in Scandinavia, the combination of an extensive welfare state with strong economic growth, and uses of programs in Scandinavian countries as models ...
108Oct 20, 2011
President Obama and Prime Minister Stoltenberg spoke to reporters at the White House about their meeting and U.S.-Norway relations. They also talked about operations in Afghanistan and the ...
94Dec 11, 2006
Noble Peace Prize Ceremony
Muhammad Yunus gave the Nobel lecture upon being awarded the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize in a ceremony at Oslo City Hall.
Mr. Yunus is a Bangladeshi banker and economist. He founded ...
89Feb 8, 2006
Danish Parliament Question Time
Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen answered questions from members of the Folketingt in the Parliament House in his weekly Question Time. He responded to questions concerning the ...
69Jan 14, 2008
Finnish Energy Policy
Finnish Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen talked about Finland’s views on energy policy. Topics included energy security and relations with Russia, climate change, and Finland’s future ...
68Mar 1, 2008
President Bush and Danish Prime Minister Rasmussen talked with reporters at the president’s ranch in Texas. Their agenda included the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Kosovo, the global ...
50May 15, 2007
President Bush and Prime Minister Reinfeldt spoke about U.S.-Sweden relations, trade, and environmental policy.
40Dec 5, 2001
Following a meeting at the White House, President Bush and Prime Minister Stoltenberg answered questions from reporters. Of primary concern were communications between the prime minister and ...
37Feb 6, 2006
State Department Daily Briefing
Mr. McCormack spoke to reporters briefly about the pardoning in Cambodia of opposition leader Sam Rainsy and parliamentarian Cheam Channy. He also announced Secretary Rice’s plans to ...
30Jul 6, 2004
After a private meeting, President Bush and Prime Minister Oddsson spoke briefly with reporters about the two countries' relationship and NATO, then answered a few questions.
29Jun 9, 2006
President Bush and Prime Minister Rasmussen spoke about the friendship between the U.S. and Denmark and about the topics of their meeting, such as the new government of Iraq, energy policy, ...
27Dec 3, 2001
Prime Minister Persson spoke to reporters about his meeting with President Bush at the White House.
24May 28, 2004
Following a closed-door meeting, President Bush and Prime Minister Rasmussen made brief statements. They talked about the strong relationship between the United States and Denmark. They ...
20Aug 5, 1991
Sweden's Petition to European Community
The prime minister explained Sweden’s petition to join the European Community while retaining its neutrality. He pointed out that vast changes in the Communist world in the past two years ...
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