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    2017 – highlights and changes in geopolitics and security
    Jan04

    2017 – highlights and changes in geopolitics and security

    Stable instability is what awaits us in 2017, but there will be a balance of power. This is the forecast Nina Dyulgerova, professor of international relations made at a press conference “2017 – highlights and changes in geopolitics and security”, that took place at the Bulgarian news agency, BTA. “Globally, there is a change and it will be...

    Marine Le Pen says Crimea’s reunification with Russia was legitimate
    Jan03

    Marine Le Pen says Crimea’s reunification with Russia was legitimate

    BELGRADE – Crimea’s incorporation into Russia was legitimate, leader of France’s National Front, Marine Le Pen, has said. “I do not think that (Crimea’s) reunification (with Russia) was illegitimate,” she told the BFM TV network on Tuesday. “A referendum was organized, and residents of Crimea voted to join Russia. I see no...

    Tennis: Raluca Olaru moves to WTA Shenzhen doubles quarterfinals; Halep – Niculescu duo ousted
    Jan03

    Tennis: Raluca Olaru moves to WTA Shenzhen doubles quarterfinals; Halep – Niculescu duo ousted

    The pairing of Romanian Raluca Olaru and Ukrainian Olga Savchuk on Tuesday advanced to the quarterfinals of the WTA Shenzhen (China) tournament featuring 626,750 dollars in prize money, while the duo Simona Halep – Monica Niculescu lost in the first round. …read more Source:...

    Divided and deluded Europe faces crisis on every front
    Jan03

    Divided and deluded Europe faces crisis on every front

    “Europe” is not a monolith. It comprises several overlapping entities. There is “Freemovementland” – the passport-free travel area that stretches from the Greek islands to the north of Norway. There is “Frontlineland” – the countries which fear Russian meddling and aggression. There is “Euroland” – the countries which use the common currency. And...

    US vows to CRUSH Russia as ‘2017 will be year of the OFFENSIVE’ with Putin
    Jan03

    US vows to CRUSH Russia as ‘2017 will be year of the OFFENSIVE’ with Putin

    VLADIMIR Putin has been warned he is doomed to failure in Ukraine and that 2017 will be a year of anti-Russian aggression. …read more Source:...

    Deputy FM: EU should not hesitate to cooperate with East
    Jan03

    Deputy FM: EU should not hesitate to cooperate with East

    The European Union “should not wait” to cooperate with countries to its east, such as Ukraine and Georgia, said Polish deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymański. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Insecurity is cash cow for Europe’s defense firms
    Jan03

    Insecurity is cash cow for Europe’s defense firms

    After a decade of slashing defense budgets, European leaders are about to start investing significantly more in arms, citing “a challenging geopolitical environment.” A resurgent Russia on Europe’s eastern flank, increased terrorism on the Continent and an incoming U.S. president who has questioned America’s commitment to NATO may...

    US senators praise Ukrainian marines, slam Putin
    Jan02

    US senators praise Ukrainian marines, slam Putin

    On the frontline of the war in Ukraine, U.S. Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham voiced strong support for Ukrainian marines and sharply criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin, underscoring the gulf between leading Republicans in Congress and President-elect Donald Trump over Russia policy. “I admire the fact that you will...

    Is Russia hacking democracy?
    Jan02

    Is Russia hacking democracy?

    As Putin’s relationship with the rest of the world grows ever more significant, what destabilising powers does his regime really have? Whether the bombing of Aleppo, the hacking of Democratic Party’s email servers or the threat of incursion in the Baltic states, Vladimir Putin is readily framed as the West’s public enemy number...

    Trump aide says U.S. sanctions on Russia may be disproportionate
    Jan01

    Trump aide says U.S. sanctions on Russia may be disproportionate

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A top aide to President-elect Donald Trump said in an interview aired on Sunday that the White House may have disproportionately punished Russia by ordering the expulsion of 35 suspected Russian spies. …read more Source:...

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