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  2. List of bills sponsored by Barack Obama in the United States ...

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    Barack Obama sponsored 147 bills from January 4, 2005 until November 16, 2008. Two became law. This figure does not include bills to which Obama contributed as cosponsor, such as the Coburn-Obama Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006 or the Lugar-Nunn Cooperative Proliferation Detection, Interdiction Assistance, and ...

  3. European foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration

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    Presidents Obama and Medvedev during their July 6 meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow On July 6, 2009, President Barack Obama and President Dmitry Medvedev held a three-hour meeting in the Kremlin in Russia. They agreed in principle to cutting their nuclear stockpiles to below 1,700 deployed warheads within seven years after a new treaty is created.

  4. List of executive actions by Barack Obama - Wikipedia

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    Amending the Civil Service Rules, Executive Order 13488, and Executive Order 13467 To Modernize the Executive Branch-Wide Governance Structure and Processes for Security Clearances, Suitability and Fitness for Employment, and Credentialing, and Related Matters. January 17, 2017. January 23, 2017. January 17, 2017.

  5. Foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration - Wikipedia

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    The term Obama Doctrine is frequently used to describe the principles of US foreign policy under the Obama administration (2009–2017). He relied chiefly on his two highly experienced Secretaries of State: Hillary Clinton (2009–2013) and John Kerry (2013–2017), and Vice President Joe Biden . Obama inherited the Iraq War, the Afghanistan ...

  6. Peace Treaty on Korean Peninsula - Wikipedia

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    Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in signing the Panmunjom Declaration. The Peace Treaty on Korean Peninsula is a proposed settlement to formally end military hostilities on the Korean Peninsula as a follow-up to the 1953 Korean Armistice Agreement implemented by the United Nations after the Korean War. During the inter-Korean summit on April 27, 2018 ...

  7. New START - Wikipedia

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    The treaty allows for satellite and remote monitoring, as well as 18 on-site inspections per year to verify limits. These obligations must be met within seven years from the date the treaty enters into force. The treaty will last ten years, with an option to renew it for up to five years upon agreement of both parties.

  8. Seven Years' War - Wikipedia

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    The Seven Years' War (1756–1763) was a global conflict between Great Britain and France for global pre-eminence. Britain, France and Spain fought both in Europe and overseas with land-based armies and naval forces, while Prussia sought territorial expansion in Europe and consolidation of its power. Long-standing colonial rivalries pitting ...

  9. Efforts to impeach Barack Obama - Wikipedia

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    Rationales offered for possible impeachment ranged from Obama allowing people to use bathrooms based on their gender identity, to the 2012 Benghazi attack, to Obama's enforcement of immigration laws, and false claims that he was born outside the United States . The closest attempt to impeach Obama occurred on December 3, 2013.