It is the day after that needs thinking about. If, in the referendum on Britain’s EU membership on June 23, the country votes to leave, the EU risks chaos and further disintegration. But even if Britain votes to stay, it’s not all sweetness and light. If the EU takes a British vote to remain as a mandate confirming the status quo, it is in deep trouble.
Kazakhstan is a country in the heart of Eurasia, which has the longest land border with Russia - over 7 thousand kilometers. Can be repeat in this country Ukrainian scenario?
Thirty-one thousand soldiers from 18 NATO members and five partner countries take part in major manoeuvres in Poland starting on Tuesday, amid fears by Central and Eastern European states that Russia poses a threat to their security.
The British referendum on the EU membership will change the European Union, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics (Unity) said at the extraordinary congress of the Unity party in Riga on Saturday.
Turkey's demand for Azerbaijani gas can significantly exceed 6 billion cubic meters per year, the volume which Turkey will receive as part of the second phase of development of Azerbaijan's Shah Deniz field, Simon Pirani, senior researcher at the UK Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, said in Baku.
Chinese politicians and business people are increasingly nervous about the upcoming vote in Britain on whether the nation should leave the European Union. Several eminent personalities, including Chinese President Xi Jinping, have said Britain should not exit the regional grouping because they see the nation as a gateway to the European market as a whole.
The national security Committee KNB of Kazakhstan has accused a local businessman Tokhtar Tuleshov in the coup attempt.
Despite strikes and floods at home, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls was due in Athens on Thursday afternoon to assure the Greek government of France's support for its efforts to reduce Greece's debt and promise to take in more of the refugees arriving on Greek soil.
Passions are bound to run high when a question of national destiny is being decided, but the gravity of the issue doesn’t explain why levels of personal acrimony in the EU referendum campaign seem so high. Is it all that much more vicious than any other campaign? Last year’s general election was hardly a genteel affair. Neither was this May’s London mayoral race. Politics can be a nasty business.
Once, OPEC members failed to reach an agreement to decline ceiling output several months after starting oil prices in mid-2013, the oil futures faced rapidly plunge and the prices fell to bellow $30/barrel in early 2016.
At NATO headquarters in Brussels, representatives of the Kazakh Defence Ministry headed by Deputy Minister, Major-General Talgat Mukhtarov recently discussed with 28 member countries implementation of the goals under Planning and Review Process (PRP) programme.
China’s economic growth has been slowing for six years – far longer than expected. Eager to stem the slide, Chinese government officials and economists have desperately sought a clear explanation pointing toward an effective policy response. And, last November, they officially placed the blame on long-term supply-side shortcomings, which they pledged to address with far-reaching structural reforms.
Croatian wartime general Branimir Glavas is being retried at the supreme court for war crimes against Serb civilians in Osijek in 1991, although his guilt will not be questioned.
The upcoming NATO summit, sanctions against Russia and the Eastern Partnership programme are some of the key topics on the agenda of meetings with President Andrzej Duda, Prime Minister Beata Szydło and Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski.
The Estonian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly is taking part in the spring session of the assembly in Tirana, Albania, where a declaration for the NATO Warsaw Summit is planned to be endorsed.