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    The best of the NS in 2014: World Affairs
    Dec24

    The best of the NS in 2014: World Affairs

    Our best pieces from the past year. In this selection, we choose the best foreign affairs coverage and reports from abroad. Migrants prepare to cast off the beach at Shimbiro, Somalia, for a perilous journey across the Gulf of Aden to Yemen and beyond. Photo: Alixandra Fazina/N From Portsmouth to Kobane: the British jihadis fighting for Isis By...

    The Headlines In 2014: Review Of The Year
    Dec24

    The Headlines In 2014: Review Of The Year

    Floods, Malaysia Airlines, Ukraine, Pistorius, Islamic State and the Scottish Referendum were some of 2014’s headline-grabbers. …read more Source: Sky...

    Hungary PM Orban: U.S. uses corruption charges to gain influence
    Dec24

    Hungary PM Orban: U.S. uses corruption charges to gain influence

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) – The United States is using corruption allegations against some Hungarian public officials as a “cover story” to boost its influence in central Europe amid the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine to seek NATO membership and step up military presence in war-torn east
    Dec23

    Ukraine to seek NATO membership and step up military presence in war-torn east

    Ukraine’s parliament has voted to drop its official neutrality in international relations. President Petro Poroshenko pledged on Tuesday to seek… …read more Source:...

    Russia condemns Ukrainian law that paves way to Nato
    Dec23

    Russia condemns Ukrainian law that paves way to Nato

    Moscow promises to retaliate after Ukrainian MPs approve bill to abandon non-aligned status …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine moves closer to Nato bid
    Dec23

    Ukraine moves closer to Nato bid

    Parliament’s vote to scrap “non-aligned” status angers Moscow …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukraine’s complicated path to NATO membership
    Dec23

    Ukraine’s complicated path to NATO membership

    Ukrainian public opinion on NATO membership remained low, according to numerous independent polls conducted between 2005 and 2013. Just months before… …read more Source:...

    FM in Kiev: Serbia will be impartial OSCE chair
    Dec23

    FM in Kiev: Serbia will be impartial OSCE chair

    Serbia will do everything as the chair country of the OSCE to assist and contribute to the deescalation of the conflict in Ukraine, said Serbian FM Ivica Dacic.”Serbia respects the territorial integrity of Ukraine and believes that it is a basic principle of the OSCE,” Dacic said after meeting with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo...

    Russia calls Ukraine’s bid to join NATO “counterproductive”
    Dec23

    Russia calls Ukraine’s bid to join NATO “counterproductive”

    Russia has been reacting to the news that Ukraine has dropped its international neutrality, saying it gives false hope that the political crisis in… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine drops non-aligned status in swipe at Moscow
    Dec23

    Ukraine drops non-aligned status in swipe at Moscow

    Ukraine’s parliament on Tuesday voted to abandon the country’s non-aligned status, a move that could be a step toward seeking membership in NATO. …read more Source: France...

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