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    All new UN Security Council members will take their seats on 1 January 2016.
    Oct16

    All new UN Security Council members will take their seats on 1 January 2016.

    The UN General Assembly has elected Egypt, Japan, Senegal, Ukraine and Uruguay as non-permanent members on the Security Council for two-year. Those elected will fill seats to be vacated on 31December by Chad, Chile, Jordan, Lithuania and Nigeria. Angola, Malaysia, New Zealand, Spain and Venezuela will continue to serve as elected Council members...

    Egypt, Japan, Senegal, Ukraine and Uruguay join UN Security Council
    Oct16

    Egypt, Japan, Senegal, Ukraine and Uruguay join UN Security Council

    UNITED NATIONS (AFP) – Egypt, Japan, Senegal, Ukraine and Uruguay were elected on Thursday to the UN Security Council during an uncontested vote held at the General Assembly.The five countries ran unopposed for the non-permanent seats after regional groups put them forward as their choice, but the contenders still had to garner two-thirds...

    Negative attitude of Russians to US policies hits new record high — RT Russian politics
    Oct16

    Negative attitude of Russians to US policies hits new record high — RT Russian politics

    Over 70 percent of Russians have a negative view of the role played by the US in international politics, while only a mere 4 percent view Washington’s current course positively. According to the results of the latest research conducted by the independent polling organization the Levada Center, 71 percent of the Russian public think that the...

    5 countries elected as non-permanent members of UN Security Council
    Oct16

    5 countries elected as non-permanent members of UN Security Council

    The UN General Assembly (UNGA) on Thursday elected Egypt, Japan, Senegal, Ukraine and Uruguay as non-permanent members of UN Security Council, which will serve a two-year term starting from Jan 1, 2016. …read more Source: China...

    Japan elected to serve on UN Security Council
    Oct16

    Japan elected to serve on UN Security Council

    In one round of voting the United Nations General Assembly Thursday elected Egypt, Japan, Senegal, Ukraine and Uruguay to serve as non-permanent members on the Security Council for two-year terms beginning on 1 January 2016. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Anger in Ukraine Over Geography Textbook That Shows Crimea as Part of Russia
    Oct16

    Anger in Ukraine Over Geography Textbook That Shows Crimea as Part of Russia

    The Ukrainian embassy has condemned Oxford University Press for publishing a book that shows Crimea no longer belonging to the country. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine, Japan among five nations to win UN Security Council seats
    Oct16

    Ukraine, Japan among five nations to win UN Security Council seats

    Ukraine, Japan and Egypt won seats at the UN Security Council on Thursday as world diplomacy is overshadowed by tensions with Russia and bloodshed in the Middle East. …read more Source: Channel...

    Oxford Geographers Anger Ukraine By Showing Crimea As Russia
    Oct16

    Oxford Geographers Anger Ukraine By Showing Crimea As Russia

    Territorial disputes are always a headache for mapmakers, and the geographers at Oxford University Press have jumped into the middle of the bitter argument between Moscow and Kyiv over the Ukrainian B …read more Source: Big News...

    Japan, Ukraine join UN Security Council
    Oct16

    Japan, Ukraine join UN Security Council

    Ukraine, Japan and Egypt have won seats at the UN Security Council as world diplomacy is overshadowed by tensions with Russia and bloodshed in the Middle East. …read more Source:...

    As Cold War II Looms, Washington Courts Nationalist, Rightwing, Catholic, Xenophobic Poland
    Oct16

    As Cold War II Looms, Washington Courts Nationalist, Rightwing, Catholic, Xenophobic Poland

    From Syria to Ukraine, a pesky and newly reinvigorated Vladimir Putin is testing the west. In this new geopolitical face-off, Poland has assumed key strategic importance and will no doubt play a hugely significant diplomatic and even military role. Already, NATO has taken steps to shore up its eastern European flank by dispatching troops and...