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Since taking office, President George W. Bush has met with many world leaders to renew America's friendships and discuss the nation's international principles and policies. Take a look at the President's discussions with international leaders.

International Discourse
Part I: World Leaders
Part II: World Leaders
Part III: Europe & NATO
Part IV: World Leaders
Part V: Britain, Italy & Kosovo




"We agree on many, many issues; there are a few we didn't agree on. But as good friends, we can disagree and, yet, still be friends."

President George W. Bush
March 29, 2001, Meeting with German Chancellor Schroeder

Chancellor Schroeder of Germany


Prime Minister Sharon of Israel


President Fox of Mexico


International Discourse
A formal discussion of a subject, either written or spoken.




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