Moscow said it sees the Estonian project of building a wall on the country's border with Russia as “senseless”, citing a lack of military threat to the small Baltic nation from its huge eastern neighbor.
How Budapest evades its migrants obligations.
The United Nations will mark its 70th anniversary when world leaders assemble next month at its headquarters in New York. Though there will be plenty of fanfare, it will inadequately reflect the UN’s value, not only as the most important political innovation of the twentieth century, but also as the best bargain on the planet. But if the UN is to continue to fulfill its unique and vital global role in the twenty-first century, it must be upgraded in three key ways.
Lithuanian and European Commission officials say that speed limits in Poland are a key problem of the European-standard gauge railway Rail Baltica.
Poland sees Russia as a pre-eminent threat. This has been the essence of speeches made by Andrzej Duda, the newly appointed President who has called for additional security guarantees from NATO and has plans to create an anti-Russian bloc within the organization alongside other Eastern European countries. Given Duda’s attitude, it would seem that Russian–Polish relations could deteriorate even further, while tensions in the Baltic–Black Sea Region as a whole will increase sharply.
Despite significant power production growth, Iran's electricity export plunged in 2015.
The State Secretary of the Republic of Kazakhstan Gulshara Abdykalikova met with the Head of the EU Delegation to Kazakhstan, the Ambassador Aurelia Bouchez.
Çolakoğlu: “Mutual trust and cooperation between China and Turkey are a prerequisite to resolving the Uyghur Issue"
Turkish Weekly conducted an elaborate interview with Vice President of USAK and Director of the USAK Center for Asia-Pacific Studies Prof. Selçuk Çolakoğlu on the allegations that China has engaged in widespread human rights violations against the Uyghur minority within its territory, a controversy that has once again come to prominently feature on Turkey’s agenda over the last couple of weeks. The increasing number of deadly terrorist attacks that have taken place in China over the last few years, Turkey’s open-door policy towards Uyghur asylum-seekers fleeing China, and the future course of Turkish-Chinese relations in light of the Uyghur dilemma are also among the subjects that were put under scrutiny within the scope of the following interview.
Excess stockpiles of low enriched uranium of Iran can be stored in the international nuclear bank that is currently being set up on the territory of Kazakhstan,
Creating a vast military infrastructure in the Arctic islands along the Russian Northern Sea Route