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    Nikolay Silayev: Moscow will never take the stand of either of the Karabakh conflict parties
    Aug04

    Nikolay Silayev: Moscow will never take the stand of either of the Karabakh conflict parties

    What could you say about the reasons of the internal instability in Armenia? First and foremost, the reasons of instability in Armenia are the ill-being and poverty the authorities cannot remove. Many people think that the authorities fail to exert enough efforts to resolve the economic problems in Armenia. This sparks discontent, which seeks to...

    Cyberwar is not coming to the US – it’s already here
    Aug04

    Cyberwar is not coming to the US – it’s already here

    As recent high-profile hacks show, cyberwar is a very real danger and is likely to get much worse, says a US security expertAs the recent hacks of the Democratic National Committee and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign have shown, cyberwarfare has reached US shores – and it’s likely to get much worse, says Kenneth...

    It’s Time for Armenia’s Leader to Go
    Aug04

    It’s Time for Armenia’s Leader to Go

    Image: Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan. Public Domain YEREVAN, Armenia — The bloody siege of a police station in Armenia is over, with President Serzh Sargsyan’s administration prevailing against the station’s 32 fringe-party occupiers. But the depth of public anger that surfaced in street demonstrations supporting the...

    New Astana’s Mayor Becomes Closer to Capital’s Residents
    Aug04

    New Astana’s Mayor Becomes Closer to Capital’s Residents

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – Asset Issekeshev, named mayor of the Kazakh capital June 21, has been well accepted by its residents due to his work and decisions that show how far he is willing to go to bring the city to a new level. The newly-appointed mayor communicates with people...

    Russia will do what it wants in Rio
    Aug04

    Russia will do what it wants in Rio

    The Olympic jamboree starts Friday in Rio de Janeiro. In the run-up to the Games, as the organizers scrambled to iron out all the traditional last-minute snags, they faced a thorny social problem: Should we invite the druggies to our party? Less than three weeks before the start of the Olympics, the World Anti-Doping Agency urged a total ban on...

    Ukraine’s currency ‘most undervalued’ in world
    Aug04

    Ukraine’s currency ‘most undervalued’ in world

    According to the data provided by the Big Mac Index, Ukraine’s currency is the most undervalued in the world. …read more Source:...

    Russia’s Moves, Terrorism Fuel Talk of War in Europe
    Aug04

    Russia’s Moves, Terrorism Fuel Talk of War in Europe

    KYIV, Ukraine—Whether referring to Russian aggression in the east or to the threat of Islamist terrorism in the West, Europe’s political, media, and religious elite are increasingly using the word “war” to describe the Continent’s security challenges. The day after the July 14 terror attack in Nice, in which a man drove a large truck...

    There Should Be A Global Debate On Gun Violence
    Aug04

    There Should Be A Global Debate On Gun Violence

    I have spent most of this summer in Europe, during one of the most volatile periods I can remember. In only the past several weeks, gun violence and terrorism have hit Orlando, Dallas, Baton Rouge, Nice and Munich. In the US, the continued violence has reignited the crucial debate and search for an explanation on the specific cause of our...

    Why does Russia Periodically Destabilize the Situation in the South Caucasus?
    Aug04

    Why does Russia Periodically Destabilize the Situation in the South Caucasus?

    Interview with Mykhaylo Gonchar, head of Center for Global Studies “Strategy XXI,” Ukrainian expert on energy issues. Mr. Gonchar, the agreement on transportation of Iranian gas to Georgia through the territory of Armenia has been concluded. How will it be reflected in regional developments? I’ll observe it as strengthening of the position...

    ‘13,000 Jordanians studying medicine abroad’
    Aug04

    ‘13,000 Jordanians studying medicine abroad’

    AMMAN — Thousands of Jordanians are studying medicine and engineering abroad, raising concerns about the prospects for their employment when they return to the Kingdom, officials said this week. According to figures from the Jordan Medical Association (JMA) and the Jordan Engineers Association (JEA), some 13,000 Jordanians are enrolled in medical...