September 2015

Opinion: Georgia as a member of the Euro-Atlantic community, the present of one generation to another

David Bakradze, Minister of Euro-Atlantic Integration of Georgia

Georgia’s first “freedom generation” will soon lead the country, economically and politically. This generation has never known anything but a Western oriented Georgia. By implementing a series of reforms associated with the projects of European and Euro-Atlantic integration, the independence generation transformed Georgia to a degree once thought unthinkable. 

Andrei Hazbularov: The 550th Anniversary Of The Kazakh Khanate - A Cultural Bridge Between The Past And The Present

The 550th anniversary of the Kazakh Khanate - an important event for the people of Kazakhstan. It is the link between the first nation-state of the Kazakhs and modern independent Kazakhstan, claimed Ph.D., the Director General of Kazakh Research Institute of Culture Andrei Khasbulatov.

Lithuania-Finland political consultations held in Helsinki

The Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Neris Germanas took part in the political consultations between the Foreign Ministries of Lithuania and Finland on 16 September in Helsinki. Germanas met with Finland’s Under-Secretary of State for Foreign and Security Policy Anne Sipiläinen to discuss bilateral relations, topical issues on European agenda, regional cooperation, security challenges and preparation for the upcoming session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.

Kazakhstan Brings Message of Dialogue, Pragmatic Solutions to Int’l Issues, Says Deputy FM

Kazakhstan brings to the international stage – and soon, it hopes, to the UN Security Council – an ethos that eschews conflict, that is always ready to sit down for negotiations, and that is interested in finding avenues of cooperation even among the most distant partners, the country’s deputy foreign minister told The Astana Times.

U.S., Pakistan, Mongolia partake in USCENTCOM command-post exercise in Dushanbe

Around 190 participants and support personnel from the United States, Pakistan and Mongolia arrived in Dushanbe for Exercise Regional Cooperation, the largest annual, multilateral U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM) command-post exercise held in conjunction with regional partners from Central and South Asia. They will partner with Tajikistan’s Ministry of Defense counterparts to strengthen relationships while promoting regional cooperation among participating nations. 

Real Alternative On The Market Blue Fuel

By Nick Borys

The global gas market in the last few years have seen a rapid increase attention to liquefied natural gas (LNG). Improving technology, resulting in the production reduces the cost, and most importantly - the transportation of LNG. Liquefied natural gas is becoming a real competitor to the gas pipeline. Demand for LNG is growing as offshore production and increase the distance from the place of production to markets. Many talk about a fundamentally new page in the development of the gas industry.