He barely had two years on me.
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To challenge me? You doubt my leadership?
I am one of the four ancient sovereigns of Narnia and you are under allegiance to the High King my brother. The filmmakers possibly took this in a way so as to make Edmund have an inferiority complex while aboard the Dawn Treader. One must also mention the certain green mist that acts as a worst fear or temptation to the characters throughout the film. Edmund keeps seeing the White Witch over and over again in the mist, haunting him and asking him to be on her side once again.
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This is not the only time the White Witch has reappeared in a Narnia film. You had it sorted. The way the Witch continues to be a type of fear for Edmund is not in keeping with the second film of the series nor with his character in the books.
He just went on looking at Aslan. I have known one that did. Edmund is a hard character to nail down, as we see many changes in him throughout the series.
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What do you think are some major differences or commonalities between the Edmund of the book and the character of the films? The solution, it seems, has been to keep the wording vague and delay divisive decisions.
On Sunday the five nations agreed to 15 miles of sovereign waters, in addition to a further 10 nautical miles of fishing area, beyond which there would be common waters. The thorny issue of how to split up the hydrocarbon-rich subsoil territory has been put off. This is a key phrase, especially important for our Iranian partners. The Caspian Sea, which was once controlled by Iran, is a sensitive issue for that country.
It lost the northern part of the sea in a defeat by Russia in the s and the loss seems still traumatic. But Rouhani is not well placed to quibble with his neighbours. Its preference has long been to reach for trade and diplomatic partnerships in Europe but now the US has effectively cut this market off, Iran has been forced to turn to Russia, China and its regional allies to keep its economy afloat. Rouhani would have used his bilateral meeting with Putin on the sidelines of the summit to seek similar assurances. The signing of the convention is the real outcome — that is the great success.
A legally binding convention that prevents Caspian nations from opening their borders to third-party aggressors — such as the US or Nato — or allowing any foreign military presence at all on Caspian waters is a triumph for Putin. For Rouhani, a strategic display of Russian support is more pressing.