'Our alliance, our partnership and our affection for your nation will continue regardless of the road you choose,' Senator Marco Rubio said in a speech at Chatham House.
'I hope Iran wants to abandon its nuclear weapons and move in a peaceful direction. But what I know about Iran makes it hard to be optimistic,' said Marco Rubio in a speech at Chatham House.
No other world opinion matters more than that of the UK in influencing US policymakers, said Senator Marco Rubio in a speech at Chatham House.
'Any big agreement, either an investment agremeent or a free trade agreement, would need a lot of careful negotiation in the EU to balance the various interests of its member states,' Rod Wye tells CCTV News.
'Ethiopia will have a competitive regional advantage, not having to rely on economically and technically less feasible sources of energy such as gas or oil to meet growing demands, which many East African countries are doing,' said Ahmed Soliman.
'Within the current leadership, he (Jang) seems to be the face of economic reform, so there is a risk involved with removing someone that close to the programme,' said John Swenson-Wright.
'China is looking to invest in Europe and in a sense Eastern Europe is cheaper and easier for Chinese investment than some of the more developed European economies,' Rod Wye tells BBC World Business Report. (06:30)
'Maybe because the French are the old colonial power and have the African military experience it was decided that they should be the ones that should do it. Nobody else was yet prepared to, it seems,' said Paul Melly.
'We have to look at the options, if we don't negotiate a deal with Iran. This is just for six months, if it doesn't work it's not too late to go back to the harder line approach. But the idea of military action in the Middle East is just too awful to contemplate, given what's happened in recent history,' says Patricia Lewis in an interview with the Financial Times.