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    Enhanced Security Measures Introduced Along Bulgaria’s Borders, Military Sites
    Dec20

    Enhanced Security Measures Introduced Along Bulgaria’s Borders, Military Sites

    Increased security measures have been introduced along Bulgaria’s borders and at military sites, announced the chief of defence General Konstantin Popov at Novo Selo. The final stage of the multi-national military training exercise Platinum Lion took place there on Tuesday. The exercise was observed by the ambassadors of the USA, Albania,...

    The Russian ambassador’s killing will only strengthen Turkey-Russia relations
    Dec20

    The Russian ambassador’s killing will only strengthen Turkey-Russia relations

    The relationship between the two nations had improved significantly this year, enabling them to work together to secure a ceasefire in Aleppo. Just after Andrei Karlov, the Russian ambassador to Turkey, addressed a small crowd at a photography exhibition on Monday night in the capital Ankara, a smartly dressed man fired into the air, before...

    Serbia votes against Kiev-proposed UN resolution on Crimea
    Dec20

    Serbia votes against Kiev-proposed UN resolution on Crimea

    The UN General Assembly has adopted a resolution calling for international monitoring of the situation regarding human rights in Crimea, Sputnik has reported.The draft resolution was submitted by Ukraine, and was supported by 70 countries. 26 were against, while 77 abstained. …read more Source:...

    Was the assassination of the Russian ambassador to Turkey today’s Archduke Franz Ferdinand moment?
    Dec20

    Was the assassination of the Russian ambassador to Turkey today’s Archduke Franz Ferdinand moment?

    Events which at the time seem small and unconnected often combine to lead to major cataclysms. Back in July I wrote a piece entitled “History tells us what may happen next with Brexit and Trump” exploring historical patterns, or at least what we can learn from history. The main crux of the argument is that events that at the time seem...

    Was the assassination of the Russian ambassador today’s Archduke Franz Ferdinand moment?
    Dec20

    Was the assassination of the Russian ambassador today’s Archduke Franz Ferdinand moment?

    Events which at the time seem small and unconnected often combine to lead to major cataclysms. Back in July I wrote a piece entitled “History tells us what may happen next with Brexit and Trump” exploring historical patterns, or at least what we can learn from history. The main crux of the argument is that events that at the time seem...

    Standing by Ukraine
    Dec20

    Standing by Ukraine

    It is now three years since hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians gathered on Independence Square in Kiev to demand a better future for their country. As they did so, they looked towards the European Union to support them on their path back to stable democracy and lasting prosperity. As President of the European Commission, I have made it one of my...

    Was the assassination of the Russian ambassador 2016’s Archduke Franz Ferdinand moment?
    Dec20

    Was the assassination of the Russian ambassador 2016’s Archduke Franz Ferdinand moment?

    Events which at the time seem small and unconnected often combine to lead to major cataclysms. Back in July I wrote a piece entitled “History tells us what may happen next with Brexit and Trump” exploring historical patterns, or at least what we can learn from history. The main crux of the argument is that events that at the time seem...

    Was the assassination of the Russian ambassador 2016’s Archduke Franz Ferdinand moment?
    Dec20

    Was the assassination of the Russian ambassador 2016’s Archduke Franz Ferdinand moment?

    Events which at the time seem small and unconnected often combine to lead to major cataclysms. Back in July I wrote a piece entitled “History tells us what may happen next with Brexit and Trump” exploring historical patterns, or at least what we can learn from history. The main crux of the argument is that events that at the time seem...

    Was the Russian Ambassador to Turkey’s assassination today’s Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand moment?
    Dec20

    Was the Russian Ambassador to Turkey’s assassination today’s Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand moment?

    Events that at the time seem small and unconnected often combine to lead to major cataclysms that historians later trace back to these smaller incidents. Back in July I wrote a piece entitled “History tells us what may happen next with Brexit and Trump” exploring historical patterns, or at least what we can learn from history. The...

    ChristenUnie won’t back Ukraine treaty compromise
    Dec20

    ChristenUnie won’t back Ukraine treaty compromise

    Minor Christian party ChristenUnie will not support the compromise deal on the EU’s treaty with Ukraine struck by prime minister… …read more Source:...

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