Robert Amsterdam

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For those who believe that the re-emergence of realpolitik in the Brown cabinet through the personage of Lord Mandelson is a regrettable turn for British politics, Foreign Secretary David Miliband‘s pending visit to Moscow will be a great test.

In recent weeks, Miliband has denounced those who he believes have not properly recognised historical facts and fundamental principles relating to episodes of genocide and gross violations of human rights.

His visit to Moscow this week, the first by a British minister since the still unresolved poisoning death of Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko in London, presents an excellent opportunity to further his defence of human rights as well as to improve Russia-UK relations.…  Seguir leyendo »