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    How to make Europe stronger
    May08

    How to make Europe stronger

    WASHINGTON — On the anniversary of VE Day on May 8, there will be celebrations grand and humble in cities and homes across Europe, in the United States, and in other nations that fought together with the Allies in World War II. This is a moment to celebrate the troops who reclaimed a continent from tyranny and to appreciate the world their...

    My vision for Europe
    May08

    My vision for Europe

    Today is the 70th anniversary of the allied victory in Europe — a day that stands as one of the greatest triumphs of freedom over oppression, liberty over tyranny, and good over evil in the history of the world. It speaks to the power of free peoples and free nations uniting together to pursue shared security and shared prosperity. Even after 70...

    Uneasy air of peace lingers over Berlin capitulation museum
    May08

    Uneasy air of peace lingers over Berlin capitulation museum

    Against the backdrop of Ukraine’s conflict, it is clear the divide between east and west lives on …read more Source: The Irish...

    Dacic not going to Kiev
    May07

    Dacic not going to Kiev

    BELGRADE – Ukraine has changed the format of celebration of the Day of Victory over Fascism, and therefore Serbian Minister of Foreign …read more Source:...

    Germany’s Steinmeier presses for Ukraine progress on Russia visit
    May07

    Germany’s Steinmeier presses for Ukraine progress on Russia visit

    VOLGOGRAD, Russia (Reuters) – German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier called for a swift resolution to the Ukraine conflict on a visit to Volgograd on Thursday, expressing hope a peace deal agreed in Minsk would enter its “next phase”. …read more Source:...

    Russia snub wastes chance of Ukraine peace | Letters
    May07

    Russia snub wastes chance of Ukraine peace | Letters

    Howard Amos’s report on the Odessa fire of 2 May 2014 (2 May), in which at least 45 people died, reminds us how easily tension and mounting distrust can become murderous. On 9 May in Moscow, statesmen are to celebrate the victorious ending of the most destructive war in European history, against Nazi Germany. I understand that no western...

    Investors sceptical on Ukraine debt deal
    May07

    Investors sceptical on Ukraine debt deal

    Markets expect protracted talks as issues such as ‘haircuts’ for bondholders hamper progress …read more Source: Financial...

    Gas to Start Flowing Through Turkish Stream in Dec 2016 – Gazprom
    May07

    Gas to Start Flowing Through Turkish Stream in Dec 2016 – Gazprom

    Gazprom announced on Thursday that gas deliveries through the Turkish Stream pipeline will start in December of next year. “We had very efficient and crucial talks today. It was agreed to bring onstream Turkish Stream and to start gas supplies in December 2016,” Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller said in a company statement. Miller spoke after meeting...

    Black Sea woes
    May07

    Black Sea woes

    In memory of a murderous fire ALMOST exactly a year ago, on May 2nd 2014, two groups of protesters clashed in central Odessa. A heady post-revolutionary haze hung over Ukraine. A weak government had taken power in Kiev after the Maidan protests had forced President Viktor Yanukovych to flee the country. Russia had annexed Crimea and pro-Russian...

    Visions of Britain
    May07

    Visions of Britain

    LONDON — Behind the sturm und drang of an election campaign, the leaders of Britain’s parties offer strikingly different visions. Ed Miliband wants a Swedish Britain Labour want Britain to be fully European — but outside the eurozone — more active in Eastern Europe and less beholden to Washington. His vision at home is constitutional reform...

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