Russia’s Gazprom is now working on a detailed price package in line with Turkey’s demand for a discount on natural gas prices, said Gazprom Vice President Alexander Medvedev at the fourth International Gas Forum.
Exclusive interview of the lecturer Institute of International Relations and Political Science (Vilnius University) Mr. Vytis Jurkonis.
Government of Kosovo has presented a report which shows the challenges of the process of talks with Serbia and the implementation of the Agreements of the Brussels’ Dialogue for the period January-September 2014.
A drop in global oil prices, driven in part by a boom in U.S. shale oil production, is threatening to hit the economies of energy-exporting Russia and Iran harder than Western economic sanctions have done.
Starting from the beginning of 2014, both the EU and Ukraine have been facing many common challenges related to their respective border, energy and defense security. The instability in the eastern part of the EU’s neighborhood caused by the Russian aggression against Ukraine, and the violation and unilateral redrawing of Ukraine's borders by Moscow, push the EU to rethink its current approaches to its own security with the goal to enable the EU to adequately respond to these challenges. This task can be very difficult for the EU and would require the EU’s consistency and unanimity in face of the different risks resulting from a geopolitical confrontation with Russia.
The Leaders of Global Religions and Politics Plan to Discuss the Issues of Fighting Religious Extremism
Poland’s newly appointed foreign minister Grzegorz Schetyna has spoken of the need for other member countries of the Visegrad Group to take a tougher stance against Russia.
As of 2020, Europe will receive natural gas from the Caspian Sea through the Trans-Adriatic-Pipeline. After some initial difficulties, the project is beginning to take shape. And it will bypass Russia.
Poland to Work With Germany On Possible Carbon Permits Compromise.
Two years ago, in October 2012, Georgia experienced a peaceful, non-violent, constitutional change of power for the first time in the country’s modern history. The first president of the Republic of Georgia, Zviad Gamsakhurdia, who was elected on May 26, 1991, was overthrown by armed rebels in January 1992. Former minister of foreign affairs of the Soviet Union Eduard Shevardnadze, who replaced Gamsakhurdia as Georgia’s head of state, was also overthrown after the bloodless Rose Revolution in November 2003, when he failed to respond to multiple accusations of electoral fraud.