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US President George Bush is taking his drive for a newtransatlantic partnership to summits with NATO and the EuropeanUnion anxious to draw a line under two years of bitter rifts overIraq. (The Age — 22 February, 2005)
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President Bush will call on European allies to help Iraq’s fledgling democracy become “a beacon of freedom” in the Middle East when he speaks to Belgian leaders Monday, according to excerpts released by the White House. (CNN — 21 February, 2005)
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Bush takes charm offensive to Europe
Bush takes charm offensive to Europe

President Bush told European leaders Monday that trans-Atlantic unity was essential to take on shared challenges — including Middle East peace, an alleged Iranian nuclear threat and moves away from democracy in Russia. (CNN — 22 February, 2005)
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President Bush pushes for a new era of transatlantic unity in a bid to heal divisions over the US-led war in Iraq. (BBC News — 22 February, 2005)
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US President George Bush today sought a fresh start for US-Europerelations after the “passing disagreement” over Iraq and urgedco-operation on issues such as Iran, Syria and the Middle Eastpeace process. (Australian Financial Review — 21 February, 2005)
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Top lawmakers called on President Bush to pressure Russian President Vladimir Putin on several key fronts during a summit this week, with one senior Republican warning on Sunday that Putin “is on the verge of isolating himself.” (CNN — 21 February, 2005)
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Declaring “no power on earth will ever divide us”, George W. Bush has called on Europe to forget bitter differences over Iraq and set peace in the Middle East as the first goal of a new era of trans-Atlantic unity. (The Australian — 22 February, 2005)
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The alliance’s 26 members are expected to announce that to they will take part in a modest program to train Iraq’s military. (New York Times — 23 February, 2005)
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In a speech in Brussels, President Bush warned Russia it “must renew a commitment to democracy and the rule of law.” (New York Times — 23 February, 2005)
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U.S. President George W. Bush has hailed Slovaks as “friends, allies and brothers” in the fight for global freedom and thanked the country for deploying non-combat troops to Iraq. (CNN — 2 hours ago)
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President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet Thursday in Slovakia. Officials say the two leader will embrace new measures to combat nuclear terrorism and better safeguard nuclear arsenals. (MSNBC — 34 minutes ago)
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President Bush and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder said today the United States and Europe are united in their opposition to Iranian development of nuclear weapons, and Bush called on Iran’s government to heed the democratic aspirations of its people. (Washington Post — 16 hours ago)
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After winning over the leaders of France and Germany – despite rows about Iraq, China and more – George W. Bush turned his attention last night to a more testing appointment: a meeting with Vladimir Putin to discuss the pace of democractic change in Russia. (The Australian — 19 minutes ago)
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