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    With Donald Trump, foreign policy is in uncharted territory – and there’s little the UK can do
    Nov09

    With Donald Trump, foreign policy is in uncharted territory – and there’s little the UK can do

    We are dependent on the “leader of the free world”, so our government, like many others, will have to hold its nose over President Trump. No doubt sales of Alexis de Tocque­ville’s Democracy in America will be going through the roof. Much energy will now go into the post-mortem of the US presidential election and the analysis of the social...

    Trump, NATO and the defence of Europe
    Nov09

    Trump, NATO and the defence of Europe

    Trump supporters cheer as they wait for the president-elect to give his acceptance speech ©Mary Altaffer/AP/Press Association Images Had Hillary Clinton become the 45th president of The United States of America, it would all have been so simple. She would have been a president who had been part of the institutional furniture for 30 years who was...

    Bulgarian Trade with Third Countries Decreased between January and September
    Nov09

    Bulgarian Trade with Third Countries Decreased between January and September

    Bulgarian exports to third countries decreased by 12% in the period January-September 2016 in comparison with the same period of 2015 and amounted to BGN 10 M, national statistics show. Main trade partners of Bulgaria were Turkey, Macedonia, Serbia, China, the Russian Federation and the US, which accounted for 49.1% of the exports to non- EU...

    [Ticker] Russia calls for new ‘dialogue’ with US
    Nov09

    [Ticker] Russia calls for new ‘dialogue’ with US

    Russian leader Vladimir Putin has said he was “confident that Moscow and Washington can establish a constructive dialogue based on … genuine consideration for each other’s positions” after Donald Trump won the US election. He said he wanted “to lift Russian-US relations out of the current crisis”. Trump has in...

    EU leaders invite Trump to Brussels
    Nov09

    EU leaders invite Trump to Brussels

    Juncker and Tusk invite Trump to EU capital “at earliest convenience”, mention climate change and Ukraine among top issues. …read more Source:...

    The groan heard ′round the world
    Nov09

    The groan heard ′round the world

    It was the groan heard ′round the world. While the American electorate was deeply divided over the White House race, those who have been obsessing about it overseas appeared to agree on at least one major point: the isolationist, nativist bent of Donald Trump’s campaign presented a mortal threat to relations with some of America’s...

    Putin congratulates Donald Trump
    Nov09

    Putin congratulates Donald Trump

    Following the victory by Donald Trump in the US elections on Wednesday, Russia reacted in a positive way to the news. Many Kremlin officials and media had been drumming up the possibility of electoral fraud and conspiracy theories that would ensure a Ms Clinton win, many politicians were jubilant on Wednesday – including President Vladimir Putin,...

    Dutch MPs extend deadline on Ukraine deal
    Nov09

    Dutch MPs extend deadline on Ukraine deal

    Parliament gives prime minister Mark Rutte until mid-December to find a compromise that takes into account voters’ rejection of an EU-Ukraine trade deal. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] EU adds six Crimea MPs to sanctions list
    Nov09

    [Ticker] EU adds six Crimea MPs to sanctions list

    The European Union has added six members of the Russian parliament, the State Duma, to the blacklist of people who are “undermining Ukraine’s territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence”. All six were elected last September as representatives from Crimea, the Ukrainian region that was annexed by Russia in 2014. Those on...

    Ukrainian President links Saakashvili’s stepping down to aspirations for politics in Ukraine
    Nov09

    Ukrainian President links Saakashvili’s stepping down to aspirations for politics in Ukraine

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has on November 8 commented on his appointed Odesa region head Mikheil Saakashvili’s resignation from office that the latter has reasoned with Poroshenko’s connections with reform-blocking “corrupt» clans in the strategic port city. …read more Source: Baltic News...

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