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    Bulgarian Opposition Demands Demilitarization of Black Sea
    Jul14

    Bulgarian Opposition Demands Demilitarization of Black Sea

    The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) has submitted to Parliament a draft resolution calling on the government to declare the Black Sea a demilitarized zone.Bulgaria’s Parliament should also urge the legislatures of all countries of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) to embrace the initiative, Focus News Agency...

    NATO and Russia: ‘not a meeting of minds’ over Ukraine
    Jul14

    NATO and Russia: ‘not a meeting of minds’ over Ukraine

    NATO and Russia are failing to see eye-to-eye over the crisis in eastern Ukraine, the alliance’s Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says. “There was… …read more Source:...

    Sajdik welcomes progress in addressing problem of wage arrears in Donetsk and Lugansk Oblasts
    Jul14

    Sajdik welcomes progress in addressing problem of wage arrears in Donetsk and Lugansk Oblasts

    There is progress in addressing the problem of wage arrears to railroad workers in Donetsk and Lugansk Oblasts, OSCE special representative in the trilateral contact group on Ukraine, Ambassador Martin Sajdik told media in Minsk on 13 July …read more Source:...

    A fleeting triumph for Crimean Tatars
    Jul14

    A fleeting triumph for Crimean Tatars

    The rest of the world has forgotten the event. But for the Crimean Tatars being forgotten is nothing new. When singer Jamala, won the Eurovision contest in May, defeating a Russian singer, with a song titled “1944,” the celebrations in her homeland were painfully subdued. As they sat in their kitchens (which throughout the former Soviet Union...

    NATO-Russia talks ‘not a meeting of the minds,’ says alliance chief
    Jul13

    NATO-Russia talks ‘not a meeting of the minds,’ says alliance chief

    Talks between NATO and Russia in Warsaw on Wednesday were “an important opportunity to clarify our position,” the alliance’s secretary-general said. Jens Stoltenberg said they discussed a range of issues at the rare talks, including the Ukraine crisis and the stationing of NATO troops in the Baltic states and in Poland. But he cautioned...

    Stoltenberg: NATO-Russia Council Remains Important Forum for Dialogue
    Jul13

    Stoltenberg: NATO-Russia Council Remains Important Forum for Dialogue

    Following the meeting of the NATO-Russia Council on Wednesday, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg highlighted the importance of the political dialogue between the Alliance and Moscow. The meeting discussed some of the most important issues on the Euro-Atlantic security agenda, NATO’s press service informs. The main focus was on the...

    Document on separating forces in Ukraine’s conflict zone to be signed on 14 July
    Jul13

    Document on separating forces in Ukraine’s conflict zone to be signed on 14 July

    Martin Sajdik said: “Meetings of all the four subgroups took place today. Participants of the subgroup on security affairs continued discussing the main matters concerning the principles of separating the forces. The subgroup will continue working this evening and possibly tomorrow.” …read more Source:...

    NATO, Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine
    Jul13

    NATO, Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine

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    Flight MH17, two years on: ‘As far as I’m concerned, Putin killed my son’
    Jul13

    Flight MH17, two years on: ‘As far as I’m concerned, Putin killed my son’

    In 2014, young Richard Mayne was one of 298 people killed over rebel-held eastern Ukraine when a missile blew their plane out of the sky. On the eve of the second anniversary, his family have no doubt where the blame really liesOn 17 July 2014, Richard Mayne was upstairs in his bedroom, stuffing clothes into a suitcase. It was 1am. A few hours...

    Time to bury Economic Man: why we make political decisions based on emotions over facts
    Jul13

    Time to bury Economic Man: why we make political decisions based on emotions over facts

    The importance of emotions over “facts” is something that the Leave campaign seemed instinctively to understand. In a recent BBC documentary a woman stood crying in front of a selection of potatoes at the supermarket. There was a dizzying array of potatoes on offer – but she just couldn’t choose between them. The presenter, David Eagleman,...

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