(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
UKAS ELECTIONSTo avoid Viggo Johansen and Oddvar Stenstrøm's hopeless old-fashioned debates, you have to get out. Tomorrow's important discussions are not on television, but on bar and seminar. Hu Jintao has greater power over the Norwegian economy than Kristin Halvorsen, and if you are wondering what the Chinese president really wants, Friday 23 March bring with you Ma Zhengang, president of the China Institute of International Studies, who will talk about China's development and foreign policy at PRIO. A good alternative if you are not invited to Jens Stoltenberg's travel companion to Beijing on March 25.
We are "the generation that can stop mass murder and exploitation", says Jan Egeland, who was just appointed special adviser to the UN Secretary-General. . .
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