New era for
By B. Falkers
President Obama made his first visit to the United Nations General Assembly Wednesday, said the New York Times.
Obama addressed the assembly, declaring the
His efforts were to inform the assembly of the several and important distinctions between his administration and that of President Gorge W. Bush.
The New York Times reported that President Dmitri A. Medvedev of Russia signaled for the first time that Russia would be emendable to longstanding American requests to toughen sanctions against Iran.
"I told His Excellency Mr. President that we believe we need to help
Although the assembly appears to be a gain for Obama, many prevalent issues remain.
"Obama Makes Gains at U.N. on
By Helene Cooper, New York Times
By Bill Varner and Janine Zacharia