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    London and Brussels warm to Brexit ‘Israel option’
    Mar14

    London and Brussels warm to Brexit ‘Israel option’

    If Canada doesn’t work out, there’s always Israel. So far, debate on the model for the U.K.’s future relationship with the EU post Brexit has focussed on two options — remaining close to the bloc and within the single market like Norway or agreeing a free trade deal, like a souped-up version of the one the EU has with Canada....

    Russia will Provide Logistics for the Bulgarian MiG-29 until 2022
    Mar14

    Russia will Provide Logistics for the Bulgarian MiG-29 until 2022

    The Bulgarian Defense Ministry chose the Russian MiG Aircraft Corporation to provide the Air Force with the integrated logistics service for its 15 MiG-29 fighters for the next 48 months, Jane’s 360 reports. Bulgarian Defense Minister Krassimir Karakachanov signed the agreement on March 6 after talks with the Russian company ended on...

    Putin provocateur
    Mar13

    Putin provocateur

    Accusations of a chemical weapon attack — and a major diplomatic crisis just days before a presidential election — might give some world leaders pause for thought. Not Vladimir Putin. Faced with an ultimatum from Prime Minister Theresa May over an attempted assassination on British soil, the Russian strongman is making a show of just how strong...

    Manafort could face ‘rest of life in prison,’ judge says
    Mar13

    Manafort could face ‘rest of life in prison,’ judge says

    WASHINGTON — Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman, runs a significant risk of spending the rest of his life in prison and the evidence against him by special counsel Robert Mueller’s office seems strong, a federal judge declared in an order made public on Tuesday. U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III, who is based in Alexandria,...

    Need for a multi-dimensional approach to corruption in Ukraine
    Mar13

    Need for a multi-dimensional approach to corruption in Ukraine

    Demonising the president misses the mark; others must shoulder their share of blame …read more Source: Financial...

    How Russia Today divided Westminster
    Mar13

    How Russia Today divided Westminster

    British politicians of all parties have long appeared on the Kremlin channel, now called RT. So why is it only just catching up with them? For a television channel whose weekly reach is less than that of ITVBe +1, the profile of RT (formerly Russia Today) in the UK is conspicuously high. The £310,000 it spent on an advertising campaign on...

    New Eastern Partnership cooperation set-up launches
    Mar13

    New Eastern Partnership cooperation set-up launches

    A new institutional set up of the Eastern Partnership EaP initiative has been launched in Brussels in the presence of senior officials from Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Georgia the Republic of Moldova Ukraine and the EU Member States …read more Source:...

    There are more than 6 million Bulgarians living outside Bulgaria: Petar Haralampiev
    Mar13

    There are more than 6 million Bulgarians living outside Bulgaria: Petar Haralampiev

    There are an estimated 6 million Bulgarians and over, including children from mixed marriages, living outside Bulgaria, said in an interview for Trud newspaper Petar Haralampiev, chair of the State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad. There are Bulgarian communities in Northern Greece, in Albania there are 150,000 – 500,000 people of Bulgarian...

    Chairman Tariceanu after meeting B9 defence ministers: Defence policies need coordination, harmonisation
    Mar13

    Chairman Tariceanu after meeting B9 defence ministers: Defence policies need coordination, harmonisation

    Senate Chairman Calin Popescu-Tariceanu said on Tuesday that the meeting he had with defence ministers from the Bucharest 9 (B9) cooperation format dealt with defence and security issues, taking into account the “the challenges faced by NATO's eastern flank countries.” “The invasion of Crimea in 2014 has made Russia's...

    Britain must stand up to Russia’s destabilising lies
    Mar13

    Britain must stand up to Russia’s destabilising lies

    An attack using a nerve agent in a British city is worse than an unspeakable crime. Amid domestic political disasters, the prime minister got the tone right in her statement to the House of Commons yesterday. It was a direct attack by Russia against this country using a powerful agent that is not known to have been deployed previously and is hard...

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