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    EU trying to relaunch Ukraine peace process
    Sep03

    EU trying to relaunch Ukraine peace process

    Foreign ministers said the EU is ready to help with elections in Eastern Ukraine, while France and Germany are trying to bring back Russia to the negotiating table. …read more Source:...

    India gives Vietnam $500 mn for defence spending
    Sep03

    India gives Vietnam $500 mn for defence spending

    HANOI (AFP) – India said Saturday it is giving Vietnam half a billion dollars in credit to boost defence ties, the latest security deal between the two nations seeking to counter Beijing’s muscle-flexing in the South China Sea.Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the announcement during a visit to Hanoi, which has gone on a...

    India gives Vietnam $500 mn for defence spending
    Sep03

    India gives Vietnam $500 mn for defence spending

    HANOI: India said Saturday it is giving Vietnam half a billion dollars in credit to boost defence ties, the latest security deal between the two nations seeking to counter Beijing´s muscle-flexing in the South China Sea. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the announcement during a visit to Hanoi, which has gone on a spending spree in recent...

    US angry about Russian bridge to Crimea: Commentator
    Sep03

    US angry about Russian bridge to Crimea: Commentator

    A political analyst says the United States has imposed new sanctions on Russia to appease its anger over a Russian bridge to the Crimean city of Kerch. …read more Source:...

    Abe calls for ‘new epoch’ in Russia-Japan ties hit by WWII dispute
    Sep03

    Abe calls for ‘new epoch’ in Russia-Japan ties hit by WWII dispute

    VLADIVOSTOK, Russia: Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (pix) on Saturday appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin for a new era in ties hampered by a territorial dispute dating back to WWII. “Let’s put an end to this abnormal situation, which has lasted 70 years and together start to build a new epoch in Russia-Japan ties...

    Abe calls for ‘new epoch’ in Russia-Japan ties hit by WWII dispute
    Sep03

    Abe calls for ‘new epoch’ in Russia-Japan ties hit by WWII dispute

    Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) shakes hands with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as they visit an oceanarium on Russky Island near Vladivostok, on September 3, 2016 © Sputnik/AFP / Alexei DruzhininVladivostok, Russian Federation, Sep 3 – Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin for...

    US has admitted 10,000 Syrian refugees so far in 2016
    Sep03

    US has admitted 10,000 Syrian refugees so far in 2016

    AFTER President Barack Obama announced his resettlement program last fall, the United States has so far admitted 10,000 Syrian refugees in 2016 as of Monday, August 29, a month ahead of schedule. This marks the largest influx of Syrian refugees in a single year since the civil war in Syria began five years ago. “This achievement is a testament to...

    US expands Russia sanctions over Ukraine conflict
    Sep03

    US expands Russia sanctions over Ukraine conflict

    The US has blacklisted a large number of Russian companies operating in Crimea, including major maritime and defense businesses in an effort to keep them out of global financial networks …read more Source: World...

    Membership to EEU was the Only Step Militarily and Politically, There was No other Way out: Vahagn Khachatryan
    Sep03

    Membership to EEU was the Only Step Militarily and Politically, There was No other Way out: Vahagn Khachatryan

    It was stated on Armenia’s membership to the Customs Union after the meeting of RA and RF presidents Serzh Sargsyan and Vladimir Putin 3 September 2013 in Moscow. In April 2014 the National Assembly passed a voting on joining the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU). Only 7 MPs voted against: 4 members of “Heritage” faction, Nikol Pashinyan from...

    Beyond Dilma: The New Era of Anti-Corruption Enforcement
    Sep03

    Beyond Dilma: The New Era of Anti-Corruption Enforcement

    By Frank VoglThe Brazilian President’s removal from office will send shockwaves across Latin America, and possibly beyond.Over the past 25 years, vast bodies of national laws and international conventions to root out corruption have been agreed to. That’s progress. However, enforcement actions have remained woefully inadequate on many...