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    Ukraine to discuss transportation tariff with Azerbaijan
    Sep09

    Ukraine to discuss transportation tariff with Azerbaijan

    The leadership of the Ukrainian Railways (Ukrzaliznytsia) intends to discuss with colleagues from Georgia and Azerbaijan through tariffs for cargo transportation on the territory of these countries in the framework of the project Silk Road. The statement was made by the Ukrainian Minister of Infrastructure Volodymyr Omelyan, RIA Novosti reported....

    Commentary: Any Vote Is A Vote For Putinism
    Sep09

    Commentary: Any Vote Is A Vote For Putinism

    It must be recognized that the Putin regime has nearly completed the transformation from a so-called hybrid regime to full-fledged totalitarianism, says Garry Kasparov. Using elections as a means of political struggle in a totalitarian regime is — by definition — impossible. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russian tourists return to Bulgaria
    Sep09

    Russian tourists return to Bulgaria

    In preliminary estimates the number of Russian tourist in Bulgaria this year is set to reach 550 – 600,000 compared to 484,000 in 2015 и 681,000 in 2013. This has become known after a meeting in the Black Sea resort of Albena of business delegations from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce of the Russian Federation with Bulgarian companies....

    Ukraine intends to discuss with Azerbaijan cargo tariffs
    Sep09

    Ukraine intends to discuss with Azerbaijan cargo tariffs

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    Ukraine plans to deliver world’s largest jet to China
    Sep09

    Ukraine plans to deliver world’s largest jet to China

    KIEV – Ukraine said on Wednesday (Sept 7) it may deliver the world’s largest jet – originally developed for the Soviet Union’s abandoned space shuttle programme – to China within the next five years. The first AN-225 Mriya (Dream) six-engine heavy lifter was… …read more Source:...

    Post-Coup Turkey and Its Implications for South Caucasus
    Sep09

    Post-Coup Turkey and Its Implications for South Caucasus

    After several years of European attempt to locate the three South Caucasian countries, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, within a common framework, policies of these neighbouring states have become more distant to each other. Currently, the strategic region on the crossroads of Europe, Asia and the Middle East, finds itself in a situation where...

    Ukraine intends to discuss with Azerbaijan cargo tariffs
    Sep09

    Ukraine intends to discuss with Azerbaijan cargo tariffs

    Ukraine launched the first experimental train from Illichivsk on Jan. 15 to China, which was to run through Georgia, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. …read more Source:...

    Fifteen Years after 9/11, and America Still Sleeps
    Sep09

    Fifteen Years after 9/11, and America Still Sleeps

    Bruce Thornton is a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center​. Fifteen years after the carnage of 9/11, American foreign policy is still mired in its fossilized dogmas and dangerous delusions. The consequences are obvious. Iran, the world’s foremost state sponsor of terrorism and long an avowed enemy of the United...

    US pushes Russia on ‘true’ Syria peace deal ahead of new talks
    Sep09

    US pushes Russia on ‘true’ Syria peace deal ahead of new talks

    Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) meets with his US counterpart Barack Obama on the sidelines of the G20 Leaders Summit in Hangzhou on September 5, 2016 © SPUTNIK/AFP/File / Alexei DruzhininGENEVA, Sep 9 – The US pressed Russia on Thursday for a “true cessation of hostilities” in Syria ahead of high-level peace talks Friday in Geneva, warning...

    US pushes Russia on ‘true’ Syria peace deal ahead of new talks
    Sep09

    US pushes Russia on ‘true’ Syria peace deal ahead of new talks

    GENEVA: The US pressed Russia on Thursday for a “true cessation of hostilities” in Syria ahead of high-level peace talks Friday in Geneva, warning that its patience is running thin. Foreign ministers from the two powers, which support opposite sides in the five-year conflict, will meet in the Swiss city to push for a peace agreement, Russia said....