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    Macron says France will not recognise Crimea ‘annexation’
    Jun26

    Macron says France will not recognise Crimea ‘annexation’

    President Emmanuel Macron said Monday France refuses to recognise Russia’s “annexation” of the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea, AFP reported. Speaking after talks with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Paris, Macron said: “France is committed to Ukraine’s sovereignty with its recognised borders.”/FOCUS News...

    Daniel Asenov defends European boxing title
    Jun24

    Daniel Asenov defends European boxing title

    Daniel Asenov has defended his European boxing title in the 52 kilogram weight category after a victory in the finals by referee decision versus Niall Farrell UK, at the European championship in Kharkiv, Ukraine. This is the second gold medal for the 20-year old Bulgarian competitor after winning the 2015 European championship in Samokov,...

    The power of Russian propaganda
    Jun23

    The power of Russian propaganda

    After the 2008 Georgian War, and then the annexation of Crimea in 2014, Moscow realised the limits of its hard power. The sovereign and independent countries that Putin had considered to be part of Russia’s “legitimate sphere of influence” were slipping away by building closer ties with Europe and the US. This was in clear opposition with...

    Lavrov: Minsk agreements on Ukraine are still viable
    Jun23

    Lavrov: Minsk agreements on Ukraine are still viable

    Sergei Lavrov said: “I’ve heard no serious talk that the Minsk agreements have run their course. There is plenty of non-serious talk.” Sergei Lavrov reminded that the Minsk agreements had been approved by the UN Security Council and provide for political reforms among other things. …read more Source:...

    Voters – and not the FBI – should boot Trump out of office
    Jun23

    Voters – and not the FBI – should boot Trump out of office

    The British and the Americans remain divided by their common political language. A British prime minister can win a general election but be unseated by a party ballot. An American president, even when deposed by half the electorate and distrusted by his own party, is harder to dislodge. Thatcher and Blair went down like Julius Caesar, stabbed in...

    How a US-Russia back channel came to life
    Jun23

    How a US-Russia back channel came to life

    The inscription etched on the wood paneling was almost mocking, given the terrible state of U.S-Russian relations: “That our two nations never again polarize,†it intoned. “A keystone to peace in the 21st century is positive relations between the United States and Russia.†But inside the Russian-American...

    Defense chief: Cooperation among NATO eastern flank nations critical
    Jun23

    Defense chief: Cooperation among NATO eastern flank nations critical

    During a meeting with colleagues from the Baltics, the Visegrád countries and Ukraine, Commander of the Estonian Defence Forces Gen. Riho Terras stressed the imortance of cooperation among countries located along NATO’s eastern flank. …read more Source:...

    Szijjarto: Minsk has become synonymous with hope for peace in Ukraine
    Jun23

    Szijjarto: Minsk has become synonymous with hope for peace in Ukraine

    In fact, Minsk has already become synonymous with the hope for peace in Ukraine. I think no other capital is mentioned as often when it comes to the relations between the Eastern and Western parts of Europe, the minister noted. …read more Source:...

    EU agrees to extend Russia economic sanctions
    Jun23

    EU agrees to extend Russia economic sanctions

    EU leaders agreed Thursday to roll over damaging economic sanctions against Russia for another six months because Moscow has failed to meet its Ukraine ceasefire commitments, EU president Donald Tusk said, AFP reports. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    Britain, 10 years on
    Jun23

    Britain, 10 years on

    With a weakened government and an uncertain future outside the EU, the U.K. is facing a generational challenge as it forges a future on its own. On the anniversary of its decision to leave, a POLITICO symposium asks what the next 10 years are likely to bring. Â * * * Britain, the awkward years In 1962, former U.S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson...

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