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David William Donald Cameron

Date of Birth: 09/09/1966
Place of Birth: London, UK


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Protests fuel political crisis

Britain’s embattled Minister for International Development, Justine Greening, is said to be arriving soon and, as this year’s Group of Eight Chairman, British Prime Minister David Cameron is keen to announce a big project on transparency in Tanzania’s extractive industries at the G-8 summit at Lough Erne in Northern Ireland on 17-18 June...


Diplomatic diversions

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s three-day visit to London and meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron this week mark a considerable diplomatic victory for his new government...


Hassan Sheikh at the wheel

Nevertheless, British Prime Minister David Cameron was keen to tell the world that ‘the international community has united around Hassan Sheikh Mohamud’ and that ‘remarkable’ progress had been made against Al Haraka al Shabaab al Mujahideen, who had been ‘driven out of town after town’...


Pitfalls ahead for foreigners

Prime Minister David Cameron’s government is conscious also of being accused of hypocrisy if it takes a hardline approach on Kenyatta and Ruto, who may yet win a credible election and who remain innocent until proven guilty – while re-engaging with President Robert Mugabe’s government in Zimbabwe in the run-up to the constitutional referendum...


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The end of the beginning

That’s partly why British Prime Minister David Cameron visited Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on 30 January and signed a new regional security cooperation pact...


Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

In Liberia, Yudhoyono co-chaired with Liberia’s President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron a United Nations High-Level Panel on Post-2015, which discussed how to replace the UN Millennium Development Goals when they expire in 2015...


Development over democracy

He attends Group of 8 and G-20 meetings, says the right things about climate change and gets on well with United States President Barack Obama and Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron on Somalia...


Martial music plays in London

As the final press conference began on 23 February, British Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary William Hague sat down alongside the media, a guest in his own department, to face, above him, Prime Minister David Cameron on the podium...

The USA, though ostensibly leaving everything to David Cameron, was, we understand, ‘leading from behind’ in the company of Ethiopia, ruling out even the idea of negotiation with Al Shabaab reaching the London agenda...


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