If our political parties can seize on the democratic environment brought along with the June 7 elections, we'll be able to not only eliminate the polarization within our society but also minimize the dire risks associated with the circle of instability and insecurity that currently surrounds us.
Exclusive interview of the lecturer Institute of International Relations and Political Science (Vilnius University) Mr. Vytis Jurkonis.
The U.S. military is pulling its Patriot missiles from Turkey this fall, the U.S. Embassy in Ankara announced Sunday.
Moscow has called on the US to discontinue plans to install a missile defence shield in Europe, including in Poland, after the US agreed an arms deal recently with Iran.
One of the most debated topics today on the international agenda - the lifting of sanctions from Iran. Tehran is preparing to enter the world markets. How the appearance of a new player in our region will be reflected on the economy of Kazakhstan?
When putting Russia-EU issue on the table, we must define the points at the very beginning. What Russia it is going about? As realists (not illusionists like many naive Westerners - Putinsverstehers, etc) we should take into consideration the current Russia of V. Putin and the quite broadly putinized population of common Russians.
Russia, the leading producer and consumer of energy resources in the world, holds much potential for Savings. Ivan Nechepurenko talked to Alexander Nekrasov, the executive director of the Union for development of energy efficiency and environmental safety U4E, About how energy efficiency can help restart the growth of The Russian economy.
The next US president will take into account the growing influence of Azerbaijan, Jill Dougherty, CNN's former Moscow Bureau Chief and now an independent expert on Russia, said in an exclusive interview with Trend.
Kazakhstan's bid for membership in the UN Security Council for the years 2017-2018 is as promising as it is ambitious. Widely known by many peace initiatives of Kazakhstan. And the efforts of its President Nursultan Nazarbayev in the conflict in Ukraine. European partners call this Central Asian country an anchor of security and stability in the region, as well as a reliable partner in the fight against international terrorism.
Each week over the past seven months, Carnegie Europe has been posting a letter from one of the 28 EU capitals. All the authors were given the same brief: to assess the level of foreign policy ambition of their country.
According to Estonia’s new Foreign Minister, Marina Kaljurand, the concept of foreign policy has changed for the country.
Talks with Greece on a third bailout are moving ahead in a satisfactory way and reaching an agreement is possible before August 20, the European Commission said on Thursday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan this autumn and the two will discuss the TurkStream natural gas pipeline project, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Friday (31 July).
Andrzej Duda was sworn in as Poland’s new President Thursday, the first move in a broader shift to the right in the European Union’s largest emerging economy.
Sometimes ago, there was a shootout along the border of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, which resulted in the injury of six Tajiks. As of now, the border agencies of the two sides are negotiating to settle this difficult situation.