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    Ukrainian Vice PM in Tbilisi to learn from Georgia’s experience in social policy
    Nov07

    Ukrainian Vice PM in Tbilisi to learn from Georgia’s experience in social policy

    The Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Rozenko is visiting Georgia to learn from Georgia s experience in social programs Rozenko met with Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili earlier this afternoon …read more Source:...

    Armen Ashotyan: The negotiating process for the settlement of  Nagorno-Karabakh conflict should not become part of Azerbaijani  propaganda
    Nov07

    Armen Ashotyan: The negotiating process for the settlement of  Nagorno-Karabakh conflict should not become part of Azerbaijani  propaganda

    ArmInfo. “The negotiation process for the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict should not become part of the Azerbaijani propaganda,” head of the parliamentary commission on foreign affairs Armen Ashotyan said at a news conference on November 7. He noted that the idea of Azerbaijan to create a new platform for peace is another...

    How Ukraine Got Caught Between East and West
    Nov07

    How Ukraine Got Caught Between East and West

    In October 1994, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister, Borys Tarasyuk, came to Washington. There he met with Deputy Secretary of State, Strobe Talbott, with whom Tarasyuk raised the question of NATO enlargement. Tarasyuk noted Moscow’s growing discontent about NATO. In the event of enlargement, what was the American vision for Ukraine, Tarasyuk...

    Bulgarians around the world long to be heard in their country
    Nov07

    Bulgarians around the world long to be heard in their country

    Bulgarians around the world long to be heard in their country. This is the idea that united the participants in the 8th session of the World Parliament of Bulgarians held in Sofia on November 4 and 5. This is a structure formed during the first Grand Assembly of Bulgarians around the World in 2008, when the participants urged citizens’...

    Serbia to Host Another US-Russia Meeting on Ukraine
    Nov07

    Serbia to Host Another US-Russia Meeting on Ukraine

    After reports that a new meeting within the framework of the Moscow-Washington dialogue on Ukraine will be held in Belgrade, experts say the choice of location suggests that Serbia’s policy of neutrality between East and West is bearing fruit. …read more Source: Balkan...

    How Russia forgot its revolution
    Nov07

    How Russia forgot its revolution

    Credits Yuri Kadobnov/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text Russia and its leaders have a difficult relationship with Vladimir Lenin Centenary of October Revolution to pass without fanfare from Kremlin and majority of Russians One-Minute Read Tuesday, November 7, 2017 – 6:03am …read more Source: The...

    Lithuanian court orders Ukraine’s politician to pay Hanner group EUR 5 mln
    Nov07

    Lithuanian court orders Ukraine’s politician to pay Hanner group EUR 5 mln

    Prominent Ukrainian businessman and politician Oleg Radkovski and Ukraine’s company Yugstroi Invest should pay 5.91 million US dollars (EUR 5.03 mln) in loan including interest to Trust Capital, a Lithuanian company linked with the real estate development company Hanner, a Vilnius court ruled on Oct. 20, informs LETA/BNS. …read more...

    Ambassador: Lithuania upgraded Marshall Plan for Ukraine into European idea
    Nov07

    Ambassador: Lithuania upgraded Marshall Plan for Ukraine into European idea

    The European Union’s (EU) financial plan for Ukraine, which is informally titled as the new Marshall Plan, has become a European initiative thanks to Lithuania, says Ukraine’s Ambassador to Vilnius Volodymyr Yatsenkivski, reports LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Echoes of Cold War as NATO Mulls New North Atlantic Command
    Nov07

    Echoes of Cold War as NATO Mulls New North Atlantic Command

    NATO needs to establish a new regional base for protecting the North Atlantic against increased Russian naval strength, a senior alliance general said on Monday, as allies consider the next step in a military build-up reminiscent of the Cold War. General Petr Pavel, head of NATO’s military committee, will help put the case to allied defense...

    Nobody’s Quaking in Their Boots, Anymore
    Nov07

    Nobody’s Quaking in Their Boots, Anymore

    A major goal of this Asia trip, said National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster, is to rally allies to achieve the “complete, verifiable and permanent denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.” Yet Kim Jong Un has said he will never give up his nuclear weapons. He believes the survival of his dynastic regime depends upon them. Hence we are headed...