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    Time to Rethink NATO
    Jul09

    Time to Rethink NATO

    NATO’s annual summit, held this year in Warsaw, Poland, is an excellent opportunity to rethink the alliance. Donald Trump angered the D.C. establishment when he said that NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance, may be obsolete and the U.S. should reassess its spending on the alliance. Hillary Clinton has used Trump’s comments as...

    Which Issues are Faced by Armenia after Warsaw NATO Summit?
    Jul09

    Which Issues are Faced by Armenia after Warsaw NATO Summit?

    NATO Warsaw Summit, which promised breakthrough resolutions to the world, was launched yesterday. World’s political elite has gathered in the capital of Poland—leaders of NATO member countries, including Barak Obama, president of the USA. Besides heads of NATO member countries, leaders of the countries cooperating with the alliance brought...

    Four NATO battalions to go to Eastern Europe to deter Russia
    Jul09

    Four NATO battalions to go to Eastern Europe to deter Russia

    The United States announced on Friday that it will deploy 1,000 troops to Poland as part of the broader North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) efforts to reassure former communist eastern member states fearful of a more assertive Russia. Speaking at a NATO summit in Warsaw, President Barack Obama said the troops would serve “shoulder to...

    How the world fell out of love with Obama
    Jul09

    How the world fell out of love with Obama

    The rest of the world fell as hard for Barack Obama as Americans did. Back in 2008, the same qualities in the 47-year-old senator from Illinois that excited U.S. voters enthralled people around the globe. He was a fresh face and a compelling orator. He had spent his childhood in the Asia-Pacific, and his skin color alone made billions of people...

    President Iohannis at NATO summit: Georgia, Ukraine and R. Moldova need committed support
    Jul09

    President Iohannis at NATO summit: Georgia, Ukraine and R. Moldova need committed support

    AGERPRES special correspondent Florentina Peia reports: President Klaus Iohannis has said at the second reunion of the North Atlantic Council that Georgia, Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova need committed support from the Alliance. …read more Source:...

    Kremlin Fantasies
    Jul09

    Kremlin Fantasies

    Western Europe in 2035 as envisioned by Express Gazeta. Map courtesy of Express Gazeta What do the denizens of the Kremlin and their new tsar dream about? Wealth? Perhaps. With a personal fortune estimated to be anywhere from 14.5 billion dollars (Forbes) to as much as 200 billion dollars, it’s hard to believe that Vladimir Putin dreams...

    “I love to dress people”
    Jul09

    “I love to dress people”

    “If you are looking for designer clothing at the best possible price, you are at the best place in Hungary,” says Stacey Kosachova, who has been living in the country for six years. The young woman from Ukraine has been running her own fashion blog for almost just as long, and it is one of the few in Hungary dealing with the topic in English....

    NATO to deploy battalions to Poland, Baltic States over Russia aggression; U.S. secures Afghan funds
    Jul09

    NATO to deploy battalions to Poland, Baltic States over Russia aggression; U.S. secures Afghan funds

    WARSAW, Poland – NATO leaders have reportedly continued to stress on the need for unity against a more aggressive Moscow, adding the pressure on Russia over Ukraine. According to reports, a plan …read more Source: Big News...

    Dallas Tragedy Prompts Obama to Cut Short Europe Trip
    Jul09

    Dallas Tragedy Prompts Obama to Cut Short Europe Trip

    The killings of five police officers in the southwestern U.S. city of Dallas are prompting President Barack Obama to cut short his trip to Europe by one day. The decision did not change the U.S. leader’s plans at the NATO summit that was concluding Saturday in Warsaw, where the group agreed on new efforts to deter Russia from threatening...

    Brexit anxiety eats into NATO summit
    Jul09

    Brexit anxiety eats into NATO summit

    Officially the talk at this week’s NATO summit in Warsaw was all about deterring a resurgent Russia, supporting Ukraine and Afghanistan, and protecting Baltic NATO members. But in the corridors, there was only one dominant anxiety – Brexit. …read more Source: Channel...