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PM sets out vision for life after Bush - Independent Online Edition > World Politics

Gordon Brown is preparing the world for "life after Bush" by seeking an outline agreement this year on major reforms to international bodies and eventual moves to dismantle nuclear weapons.

Although aides insist the Prime Minister has a good working relationship with George Bush, the outgoing President is seen as an obstacle to reform.

Mr Brown discussed his plans with Chinese and Indian leaders during a four-day visit to their countries which ended last night. He will raise them privately at the World Economic Forum in Davos this week and with his French, German and Italian counterparts at joint talks in London next week.

by Fran on Mon Jan 21st, 2008 at 11:23:06 PM EST
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