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    World Chess Championship Match Begins Between Russian, Norwegian
    Nov11

    World Chess Championship Match Begins Between Russian, Norwegian

    The world’s reigning chess champion, Norwegian Magnus Carlsen, faces Ukrainian-born Russian grandmaster Sergey Karjakin in the most eagerly awaited match in a generation starting on November 11. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine fears Trump-Putin ‘grand bargain’
    Nov11

    Ukraine fears Trump-Putin ‘grand bargain’

    Kiev concerned US will cede ‘sphere of influence’ to Moscow in effort to improve ties …read more Source: Financial...

    EU will continue sanctions until the inauguration of Donald Trump
    Nov11

    EU will continue sanctions until the inauguration of Donald Trump

    European Union is likely to extend economic sanctions on Russia over Ukraine in December but could find it much harder to renew them in the future if Donald Trump succeeds in warming up relations with Russia, APA reports quoting Reuters. …read more Source:...

    Trump team warns Obama not to make major moves on foreign policy
    Nov11

    Trump team warns Obama not to make major moves on foreign policy

    Before Donald Trump won the presidency, Democratic foreign policy circles hummed with talk that an outgoing President Barack Obama could take a last stab at peace talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians. There also was a strong expectation that Obama would push hard for Congress to approve the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. But now...

    Chess players from Kyrgyzstan won gold medal in the tournament in Kazakhstan
    Nov11

    Chess players from Kyrgyzstan won gold medal in the tournament in Kazakhstan

    Bishkek, November 11 / Kabar /. Chess players from Kyrgyzstan won the first place at the tournament in Kazakhstan, the sports agency V-Sport told Kabar Agency. The second tournament for the prizes of akim of Karaganda is held in Karaganda (Kazakhstan) from 2 to 9 November. The tournament was attended by chess players from Kazakhstan, Russia,...

    Trump’s foreign policy approach almost same as that of Putin: Kremlin
    Nov11

    Trump’s foreign policy approach almost same as that of Putin: Kremlin

    US President-elect Donald Trump greets supporters during his election night rally in Manhattan, New York, US, on November 9, 2016. Photo: Reuters MOSCOW: The Kremlin said on Thursday US President-elect Donald Trump’s foreign policy approach was “phenomenally close” to that of President Vladimir Putin, giving Russia hope that tattered...

    Mapping the Trump factor: 10 countries and regions feeling the heat
    Nov11

    Mapping the Trump factor: 10 countries and regions feeling the heat

    Our writers outline what is at stake for those around the world likely to be immediately affected by Donald Trump’s presidency … …read more Source: The...

    German defense minister says Trump can’t treat NATO like a business
    Nov11

    German defense minister says Trump can’t treat NATO like a business

    German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen speaks to Kurdish Peshmerga and German Bundeswehr soldiers during her visit to the educational centre Banslawa near Erbil, Iraq, on September 23, 2016. Photo: Reutes US president-elect Donald Trump needs to clarify his views on Russia, and to understand that NATO must be treated as an alliance of...

    Trump team warns Obama not to make major moves on foreign policy
    Nov11

    Trump team warns Obama not to make major moves on foreign policy

    Before Donald Trump won the presidency, Democratic foreign policy circles hummed with talk that an outgoing President Barack Obama could take a last stab at peace talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians. There also was a strong expectation that Obama would push hard for Congress to approve the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.But now...

    5 Foreign-Policy Flashpoints That Await Donald Trump
    Nov11

    5 Foreign-Policy Flashpoints That Await Donald Trump

    Presidential elections tend to be all-consuming in America, overshadowing everything else that’s happening in the world for months on end. But the world has a way of marching on regardless. Below are five developments in international affairs that haven’t been getting much media coverage recently, but could reach inflection points...