Archive for the ‘panama politics’ Category

Panama was listed 48 in the Global Peace Index released by Britain’s Economist Intelligence Unit, putting Panama one spot ahead of the United Kingdom. The index ranks 140 different countries according to factors such as military spending and respect for human rights. Iceland and Denmark took the top spots in the rankings this year, beating [...]

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While meeting with Panama President Martin Torrijos on Tuesday, President Bush promised that his administration would “do everything in our capacity” to move the trade bill with Panama forward.  Bush also commended Torrijos on continuing work on the Panama Canal expansion, which he said would be mutually beneficial for both nations.  In addition to this [...]

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According to a White House press release, Torrijos will be meeting with United States President George W. Bush on Tuesday, May 6th.  The two are likely to discuss free trade agreements, globalization, strengthening democracy throughout the region, and increasing security cooperation between the two nations.  Torrijos’ visit to the White House comes shortly after visiting [...]

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