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    Kerry in Ukraine to offer help from United States
    Jul07

    Kerry in Ukraine to offer help from United States

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    Bulgaria’s Arms Exports Rose 59% in 2015
    Jul07

    Bulgaria’s Arms Exports Rose 59% in 2015

    Bulgaria sold more arms abroad last year than it did in 2015, the annual government report, cited by local media, shows. Weapons exported by the country were worth EUR 642.5 M, 59% up from 2014, Capital Daily writes, citing the report.As of 13:00 local time on July 07, the document is not yet available on the website of the Interministerial...

    U.S.’s Kerry to discuss separatist conflict, reforms, with Ukraine
    Jul07

    U.S.’s Kerry to discuss separatist conflict, reforms, with Ukraine

    KIEV (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was due to visit Kiev on Thursday to discuss Ukraine’s reforms and a fragile ceasefire in eastern Ukraine where Russian-backed separatists are fighting government forces. …read more Source:...

    Merkel backs NATO build-up in eastern Europe
    Jul07

    Merkel backs NATO build-up in eastern Europe

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has accused Russia of “unsettling” NATO-allies with its actions in Ukraine. In her speech before the parliament, the chancellor called for both “deterrence and dialogue” with Moscow. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel blames Russia for breakdown of trust with NATO
    Jul07

    Merkel blames Russia for breakdown of trust with NATO

    Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that Russia’s actions in Ukraine had eroded mutual trust with the West, speaking on the eve of a major NATO summit in Poland. …read more Source: The Local...

    Russia reminds wayward ally Belarus of its economic muscle
    Jul07

    Russia reminds wayward ally Belarus of its economic muscle

    MOSCOW/MINSK (Reuters) – When Russia annexed Ukraine’s Crimea region, Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko began trying to loosen his close ties with Moscow, fearing his country would be the next target. …read more Source:...

    Special Report: Crimea Tatars endure second tragedy under Russian rule
    Jul07

    Special Report: Crimea Tatars endure second tragedy under Russian rule

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    The trouble with referendums
    Jul06

    The trouble with referendums

    After Britain’s decision to leave the European Union via popular referendum last month, political turmoil ensued. But don’t let the near-collapse of the British government make you think governments will be dissuaded from using this form of supposedly direct democracy in future: Referendums are more popular than ever. In fact,...

    ‘We believe in Europe’
    Jul06

    ‘We believe in Europe’

    These aren’t the easiest days for a united Europe. Both Eastern and Western Europe are suffering from Brexit fever. The destiny of those who want to be out has been decided — just like the destiny of those who want be in. But it is not a time for despair. It is a time for unity, responsibility and vision. A time to understand how we got to...

    How Russia Will Use Brexit to Fight Sanctions
    Jul06

    How Russia Will Use Brexit to Fight Sanctions

    By Editor, The Manila Times, PhilippinesJul 6 2016 (Manila Times)FORECAST EU sanctions against Russia are all but guaranteed to remain in place through 2016, but Moscow will work in the second half of the year to get them eased in 2017.Russia will capitalize on divisions in the European Union, which will only widen in the wake of Brexit, to...

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