The nuclear arms control regime is in danger — and neither Vladimir Putin nor Donald Trump appear committed to saving it. Yet given enough political will, a solution could be found readily, argues arms control expert Steven Pifer.
RUSSIA and Europe are moving closer to all-out war, a shocking new report has warned.
An Iranian steel producer has forecasted that the county’s exports over the current fiscal year (starting March 20) would hit eight million tons as new markets have been reached in the Europe and Asia.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended her party's concessions during coalition talks as "painful" but "acceptable." The chancellor also brushed off criticism that she is losing authority among conservatives.
Rusif Huseynov: The Alliance has to express unity and a stronger position in the Western-Russian clashes
An exclusive interview with Rusif Huseynov, сo-founder and editor-in-chief The Politicon research center (Baku).
Montenegro plans to deploy two military officers in the NATO-led mission in Kosovo, its first new international operation since it joined the Western military alliance last year.
Britain cannot tell businesses for certain what its future relationship with the European Union will be once it leaves the bloc, business minister Greg Clark said on Wednesday, ahead of government talks on its approach to Brexit.
Brussels expects to see a legally binding document regulating relations between Belgrade and Pristina before Serbia joins the EU and insists on Belgrade’s continued dialogue with Kosovo, European Parliament President Antonio Tajani said in the Serbian capital this week.
Turkey’s foreign trade deficit soared 108.5 percent in January compared to the same month of 2017 and reached $9.06 billion mainly due to a significant rise in gold imports and energy costs, preliminary data from the Turkish Customs and Trade Ministry has shown.
U.S. Ambassador to Kazakhstan George A. Krol clarified whether the sanctions against Russia will affect Kazakhstan, Kazinform correspondent reports.