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    Ukraine should ditch NATO ambition; post-Brexit chaos ‘inevitable’: Poland’s Kwaśniewski
    Jul04

    Ukraine should ditch NATO ambition; post-Brexit chaos ‘inevitable’: Poland’s Kwaśniewski

    Former Polish President Aleksander Kwaśniewski believes Ukraine should abandon its dreams of becoming a NATO member, and has voiced fears that Britain’s recent vote to leave the European fold has flung the bloc into the most difficult situation in EU history. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Ukraine should ditch NATO ambitions; post-Brexit chaos in EU ‘inevitable’: Kwaśniewski
    Jul04

    Ukraine should ditch NATO ambitions; post-Brexit chaos in EU ‘inevitable’: Kwaśniewski

    Former Polish President Aleksander Kwaśniewski believes Ukraine should abandon its dreams of becoming a NATO member, and has voiced fears that Britain’s recent vote to leave the European fold has flung the bloc into the most difficult situation in EU history. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    NATO-Russia talks ‘shortly after’ this week’s summit: Stoltenberg
    Jul04

    NATO-Russia talks ‘shortly after’ this week’s summit: Stoltenberg

    NATO is set to hold formal talks with Russia shortly after a summit in Warsaw this week where the alliance will endorse a huge military buildup following the Ukraine conflict, chief Jens Stoltenberg said Monday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Russia’s July 4 Message to the U.S.
    Jul04

    Russia’s July 4 Message to the U.S.

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday in a July 4 message to President Barack Obama that he hopes that the ties between the two countries will get back on track. Relations between Moscow and Washington hit a post-Cold War low in 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula and threw its weight behind separatists...

    July 4th message from Putin to Obama: Let’s have better ties
    Jul04

    July 4th message from Putin to Obama: Let’s have better ties

    The Young Guard activists put up easels with the portraits and quotes of former world leaders that the activists claim were topped by the United States, like Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych or Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi. “Under its current leadership, the United States has become a parasite state that attacks other countries...

    Portugal PM says will fight to avoid EU sanctions
    Jul04

    Portugal PM says will fight to avoid EU sanctions

    The Portuguese government will fight to avoid any EU sanctions from last year’s excessive deficit, Prime Minister Antonio Costa said Monday, adding he was confident about meeting this year’s fiscal targets and saw no need for further EU pressure …read more Source: The Daily...

    Putin says he hopes US-Russia ties will get back on track
    Jul04

    Putin says he hopes US-Russia ties will get back on track

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin says in a July 4 message to President Barack Obama that he hopes that the ties between the two countries will get back on track. Relations between Moscow and Washington hit a post-Cold War low in 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula and threw its weight behind separatists in...

    Belarus’ amendments to OSCE PA draft resolutions supported
    Jul04

    Belarus’ amendments to OSCE PA draft resolutions supported

    Among the adopted documents is the resolution suggested by Ukraine on the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident. …read more Source:...

    Christians Worry About Trend of Raids on Services at Homes in Former Soviet Union
    Jul04

    Christians Worry About Trend of Raids on Services at Homes in Former Soviet Union

    Image: Orthodox church. Stock Photo. Pixabay.com Christians are condemning a provision in Russia’s soon-to-be-signed anti-terrorism law that prevents people from holding religious services in their homes. The provision is one of a raft of restrictions on people of faith that the Kremlin included in new anti-terrorism legislation. Belarus...

    Is Europe being left behind in nuclear energy development?
    Jul04

    Is Europe being left behind in nuclear energy development?

    Brexit has taken most of the column inches recently throughout Europe, but amongst the ever changing tectonic plates of European geopolitics, day-to-day governance on a range of issues continues at pace. None are more important and potentially critical to the European energy sector than the future of nuclear development – both new build and plant...