For a group of nations that share a remarkable number of attributes – such as language, legal architecture, and a myriad of other bilateral and multilateral relations – it has always seemed remarkable that the topic of Commonwealth free trade has not taken a more prominent place our public debate.
Archive for September, 2009
UK Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, discusses the connection between the Commonwealth and climate change.
Is the Commonwealth a great experiment? A unique organisation? Any different from other international groupings?
The Commonwealth Conversation was launched in Nigeria at an event in Abuja.
New Zealand writer Emily Perkins recalls her childhood thoughts on the Commonwealth.
With member countries like Bangladesh, Tuvalu and the Maldives on the front-line against rising sea-levels, the Commonwealth should be a loud and respected activist on environmental issues.
This year’s speaker at the Commonwealth Foundation Commonwealth Lecture, Terry Waite, humanitarian and former hostage, talks to the RCS about climate change, education and the Commonwealth’s relevance.
Would the Commonwealth be better appreciated if the annual Commonwealth Day was a Bank Holiday?
Former Australian Prime Minister, The Rt. Hon. John Howard, talks about Zimbabwe and Fiji in an interview conducted by the RCS.
President Nasheed of the Maldives says Commonwealth should focus on key issues of democracy and climate change10th September 2009 by ZoeWare 10 Comments
President Nasheed of the Maldives thinks the Commonwealth should be procatively encouraging democracy and redefining international relations in respect to climate change.