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    Why Obama waited
    Jun10

    Why Obama waited

    Democrats are finally getting their dream ticket, Clinton-Obama, eight years after many expected — and months later than some on Clinton’s campaign would have hoped. From the start of the 2016 cycle, two things were clear: First, Barack Obama was fully behind Hillary Clinton and more than happy to raise her spirits with cheerful...

    Visiting Ukrainian minister: Russian withdrawal needed to hold elections in Eastern Ukraine
    Jun10

    Visiting Ukrainian minister: Russian withdrawal needed to hold elections in Eastern Ukraine

    Ukraine demanded unlimited access for OSCE observers and the withdrawal of all Russian forces from Eastern Ukraine, the country’s foreign minister, Pavlo Klimkin, said in Tallinn on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Nadia Savchenko: ‘They tried to break me’
    Jun10

    Nadia Savchenko: ‘They tried to break me’

    Nadia Savchenko, the Ukrainian fighter pilot sentenced to 22 years in a Russian jail, returned home to Ukraine just over two weeks ago after a pardon from President Putin. …read more Source:...

    Plan for life after Vladimir Putin
    Jun10

    Plan for life after Vladimir Putin

    Europe faces important milestones in the next few weeks. Will the European Union continue sanctions against Russia? Will Britain withdraw from the union? Both decisions have the potential to weaken the European project, and could alter, whether directly or indirectly, the Continent’s relations with Russia. At this crucial juncture, Europe...

    Russia-Ukraine deal implementation possible by early 2017: Obama adviser
    Jun10

    Russia-Ukraine deal implementation possible by early 2017: Obama adviser

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House is pushing hard to have a Russia-Ukraine peace deal implemented by the time President Barack Obama leaves office, top national security adviser Susan Rice said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria, Slovenia Discuss Regional Cooperation, Enhanced Role for SEECP
    Jun09

    Bulgaria, Slovenia Discuss Regional Cooperation, Enhanced Role for SEECP

    Good neighborly relations and the development of transport and energy links between Balkan countries are key to the prosperity of the region, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov has said at a meeting with the President of the Slovenian Parliament Milan Brglez in Sofia. Regional cooperation is a key step towards fostering democratic and...

    Bulgaria, Slovakia Agree to Work for Building Eastring Gas Pipeline
    Jun09

    Bulgaria, Slovakia Agree to Work for Building Eastring Gas Pipeline

    Bulgaria and Slovakia have signed an agreement for future providing gas supplies to the Balkan country via the proposed Eastring pipeline. Under the memorandum of understanding signed by the respective gas pipeline operators of the two countries, Bulgartransgaz and Eustream, in Sofia on Thursday, the two companies will work jointly to provde EU...

    Freed Ukrainian pilot calls for talks with separatist rebels
    Jun09

    Freed Ukrainian pilot calls for talks with separatist rebels

    Nadiya Savchenko offers to negotiate with insurgency leaders as fighting continues with little prospect of diplomatic solutionNadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian helicopter pilot who spent more than a year in a Russian jail, has issued a surprise call for direct dialogue with the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk “people’s...

    Threats to Belarus, Ukrainian border, cooperation with Kazakhstan – Belarus Security Digest
    Jun09

    Threats to Belarus, Ukrainian border, cooperation with Kazakhstan – Belarus Security Digest

    Minsk wants to maintain its own position in the latest confrontation between NATO and Russia in the region. Various Belarusian officials state that they see no immediate threat to Belarus from NATO, but rather from a possible internal conflict like those that occurred in Ukraine and Arab countries. The Belarusian government is more preoccupied...

    MPs of all parties line up against threat of EU sanctions
    Jun09

    MPs of all parties line up against threat of EU sanctions

    In what could be considered a ‘once in a blue-moon’ event, Portugal’s ruling Socialists and centre-right Opposition parties have joined forces against Brussels, in their condemnation of any decision to impose economic sanctions on Portugal’s failure to meet deficit targets. The terminology used did not bring on Socialist allies...

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