A Serbian analyst of international affairs here on Sunday considered Iran's nuclear agreement with West as a victory of diplomacy over language of threats and sanction, arguing that Iran is now in the center of attention of world economic powers.
The Embassy of Kazakhstan jointly with the International Tax and Investment Center organized a seminar on the theme "Kazakhstan today: challenges and opportunities in changing geopolitical conditions" in the building of the Congress of the USA, the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan informs.
Turkmenistan must find a way to sell its gas to Europe in order not to be left with a single customer, an expert on Central Asia, Bruce Pannier told .
The government will move to change Hungary’s criminal code to make illegal migration a criminal offense rather than a misdemeanor, government office chief Janos Lazar said.
The prospect of having the first UN Secretary-General from Eastern Europe is an opportunity for the region, and for Europe as a whole. Bulgaria’s Irina Bokova has demonstrated her vote- winning capacity at UN level, writes Dick Roche.
France has foiled a plan to attack the country's military, the interior minister said , as a source close to the investigation said the suspects had been planning a beheading.
It appeared too great a temptation to pass up for the Kremlin when Greece’s impending default and exit from the Eurozone or even the European Union (the so-called Grexit) occurred simultaneously with the annual BRICS summit, this time under Russian leadership, in Ufa, on July 8–10.
Iran and Germany will expand oil, gas, and petrochemical ties in a wide range of areas, said Ali Majedi, the Iranian ambassador to Germany.
The first Kazakh-German forum on energy and infrastructure networks was held July 14 in the city. The delegations, headed by Kazakh Ministry of Investment and Development First Vice Minister Albert Rau and the German Energy Agency Managing Director Ulrich Benterbusch, signed a memorandum on cooperation in energy conservation and efficiency.Ger-Kaz forum (2)
U.S.-Azerbaijani relations started to form amid complex geopolitical processes that emerged in the world, particularly in the South Caucasus, after the fall of the Soviet Union. At that point the United States – as a superpower – attached great importance to building bilateral relations with Azerbaijan, which boasted favourable location, rich natural resources and big development potential, with the aim of strengthening its position in the South Caucasus and ensuring its geostrategic interests in the Caspian Sea region, said the article in "Azerbaijan" newspaper , published on Thursday.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ first call outside the Hellenic Republic after the July 5 bailout referendum was to Russian President Vladimir Putin. He was looking for money. Just 1 billion euros—a meager sum in comparison with Greece’s total debt — from Russia in the form of short-term bonds or investments in future construction projects would have doubled the liquidity in the Greek banks. According to Louka Katseli, the head of the Greek National Bank, at the time of the referendum, the country’s banks contained only 1 billion euros, while Greeks had 120 billion euros in bank deposits.
Canada and Ukraine reached a free trade agreement that will be formally announced during Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk's visit to Ottawa.
July 10 in Ufa was the SCO summit. At the meeting it was decided to start the process of joining the organization of India and Pakistan, approved the strategy of development of the organization until 2025
Russia’s beefing up its air and missile defense systems near its borders with NATO countries, according to local media reports.
An exclusive interview with the member of the Parliament, National Assembly of Armenia and Heritage Party Mr. Tevan Poghosyan