A nuclear-equipped missile launch would only be attractive in extremis if the North's leadership felt that regime survival was an issue, rather than as a means of securing strategic assets in a future conflict, writes
With exceptions such as Mr Miliband, who has yet to see it, British politicians extol the Lincoln biopic. Douglas Alexander, the shadow foreign secretary, drew the sharpest conclusion in his Chatham House speech on Europe.
Possible exports of 250,000 barrels a day are 'not going anywhere because there is no revenue coming for the contractors, and Iraq once again negated on its promises to implement the agreement' between the two governments, [Natural Resources Minister for the Kurdistan Regional Government Ashti] Hawrami told reporters during a briefing at Chatham House.
Global crude markets will remain well supplied in 2013 to meet growing demand, OPEC Secretary-General Abdalla El-Badri said at Chatham House.
The report Resources Futures shows that in the decade 2000-10, the price volatility of major commodities increased by more than factor six.
That view [that Labour would keep its options open on a referendum] was reflected in Miliband's recent broadcast interviews and the definitive speech to Chatham House delivered by the shadow foreign secretary, Douglas Alexander.
In June 2012, the government made some changes to its policies, allowing foreign retailers to operate with less restrictions in the country. This, according to Gareth Price, was aimed at building up much-needed infrastructure in particular in the agricultural sector.
Jon Marks said the governments involved quickly woke up to the potentially huge ramifications of how narrowly they had avoided a much bigger disaster.