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    Azerbaijan to join First Caucasus Dairy Congress in Tbilisi
    Feb28

    Azerbaijan to join First Caucasus Dairy Congress in Tbilisi

    The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) jointly with Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and Association of Milk Producers of Ukraine (AMP) will organize the First Caucasus Dairy Congress to take place on March 14, 2017 in Tbilisi, Georgia. …read more Source:...

    Francois Hollande suggests ՛exclusive option՛ for Armenia-EU relations
    Feb28

    Francois Hollande suggests ՛exclusive option՛ for Armenia-EU relations

    Yelena Gabrielyan, a reporter of Radio France Internationale (RFI) well-known in France and Ukraine, reported “Aravot” the details of Francois Hollande’s meeting with the country’s Armenian community, the sentiments in the country associated with the upcoming presidential elections and the … …read more Source:...

    France’s Disillusioned Farmers Turn to Le Pen
    Feb28

    France’s Disillusioned Farmers Turn to Le Pen

    France’s presidential contenders will this week make mandatory campaign stops at the annual Paris farm fair as polls show farmers increasingly tempted by the far-right’s Marine Le Pen when they even bother to vote at all. Though only a fraction of the population still works in the farm sector, voters remain attached to the...

    Vladmir Putin: US challenges Kremlin with new Russian TV channel
    Feb28

    Vladmir Putin: US challenges Kremlin with new Russian TV channel

    Nearly three decades after it helped topple communist totalitarian regimes in Eastern Europe, US-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty is challenging Moscow again, this time with a new 24-hour TV news channel in Russian. Nearly three decades after it helped topple communist totalitarian regimes in Eastern Europe, US-funded Radio Free...

    France’s Disillusioned Farmers Turn to Le Pen
    Feb28

    France’s Disillusioned Farmers Turn to Le Pen

    France’s presidential contenders will this week make mandatory campaign stops at the annual Paris farm fair as polls show farmers increasingly tempted by the far-right’s Marine Le Pen when they even bother to vote at all. Though only a fraction of the population still works in the farm sector, voters remain attached to the...

    What if Donald Trump played the Kremlin?
    Feb28

    What if Donald Trump played the Kremlin?

    MOSCOW — Ever since U.S. intelligence officials accused Russia of interfering in November’s presidential elections, President Donald Trump has been forced to deny accusations that he is a Kremlin puppet. There’s another explanation for the Kremlin’s meddling, one that may seem counterintuitive, but —...

    Kim Jong Un: UN slams North Korea over ‘provocative’ sanctions evasion
    Feb28

    Kim Jong Un: UN slams North Korea over ‘provocative’ sanctions evasion

    Backed by China, the UN Security Council on Monday unanimously condemned North Korea for its "irresponsible and provocative" attempts to evade sanctions. Backed by China, the UN Security Council on Monday unanimously condemned North Korea for its “irresponsible and provocative” attempts to evade sanctions.The council agreed...

    America, Crimea and the Dangers of Hypocrisy
    Feb28

    America, Crimea and the Dangers of Hypocrisy

    Ted Galen Carpenter Politics, Eurasia Washington’s record on forcible territorial change is exceedingly weak. The Trump administration is continuing the policy of its predecessor regarding the Crimea issue. U.S. ambassador Nikki Haley is the latest official to confirm that point. In a speech on February 2, Haley emphasized that the United...

    Kazakhstan May Determine Asia’s Future. So Why Isn’t America Paying Attention?
    Feb28

    Kazakhstan May Determine Asia’s Future. So Why Isn’t America Paying Attention?

    William Courtney Politics, Eurasia Where do the interests of Russia, China and the West converge? Central Asia. Change is in the offing for Kazakhstan, the powerhouse of Central Asia. President Nursultan Nazarbayev is now promising more scope for political life and economic opportunity. But if reforms lag or the West abandons Ukraine, Kazakhstan...

    Kazakhstan May Determine Asia’s Future. So Why Isn’t America Paying Attention?
    Feb28

    Kazakhstan May Determine Asia’s Future. So Why Isn’t America Paying Attention?

    William Courtney Politics, Eurasia Where do the interests of Russia, China and the West converge? Central Asia. Change is in the offing for Kazakhstan, the powerhouse of Central Asia. President Nursultan Nazarbayev is now promising more scope for political life and economic opportunity. But if reforms lag or the West abandons Ukraine, Kazakhstan...