Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that although relations with Poland were “unsatisfactory”, the country is ready to try to “restore a dialogue with Warsaw”, the Reuters news agency has reported.
The result of the US presidential election has no impact on the Islamic Republic’s policy, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said.
French President François Hollande congratulated Donald Trump on his election as US president on Wednesday morning but warned that the result "opens a period of uncertainty". French politicians from right and left reacted to Trump's victory with an eye on France's presidential election next year.
Germany on Monday pledged a 61-million-euro ($67.44 million) hike in funding for U.N. relief operations in Africa so that fewer of its people undertake perilous odysseys to Europe, which has struggled to absorb an influx of migrants since last year.
Commitment of Turkmenistan and Poland to expand economic cooperation was noted during a meeting with Poland’s Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador to Turkmenistan (with residence in Baku) Marek Calka in Ashgabat, the Turkmen Foreign Ministry said in a message.
Bulgarians on Sunday choose a new president who will have to face both a possible rise in migrants from neighboring Turkey and growing tensions between Russia and the West.
As the new British Prime-Minister makes her first official visit as premier to India accompanied by business leaders and university presidents, the vice-chancellors of Sheffield and De Montfort Leicester universities reflect on what the UK really needs to say -- and hear -- in India.
Chairman of the Steering Committee of the Regional Hub of Civil Service in Astana Alikhan Baimenov recently met with Jorge Chediek, Envoy of the UN Secretary-General on South-South Cooperation to discuss cooperating in the field of public service, according to the press service of the Regional Hub of Civil Service in Astana.
Economic investments from Russia? Well, that means “economic occupation.” A gas pipeline? That must be “energy dependency.” Political dialogue? That is nothing more than “propaganda and recruiting by Kremlin agents.” And flying with fitted transponders? In that case, they would tell the Russians, “You’ll have to take that up with NATO.” No matter how you slice it, it always comes down to Russia supposedly posing a threat to the Baltic countries. And this is why Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are “forced” into being a proponent of militarization in the region, as well as strengthening NATO’s presence there, and rejecting the 1997 Founding Act on Mutual Relations, Cooperation and Security between NATO and the Russian Federation. Nothing business, it’s just personal. Representatives of the establishment in the Baltic States even stress that it is all for the sake of the obsession with achieving “peace with Russia.”
The recent geopolitical processes show that no system of government is not immune from illegal activities of terrorist groups and the influence of negative economic processes. The processes of illegal migration, expansion of international criminal networks by selling drugs and the slave trade are among the few issues facing the Asian continent. In addition, a high potential for conflict is saved as a result of the ongoing territorial disputes and militarization observed by a number of countries, including through capacity-building and nuclear delivery vehicles.
with NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller and the Foreign Minister of Romania, Lazăr Comănescu.
The presidential elections in Bulgaria will head towards a second round in seven days after none of the candidates could gain the necessary number of votes, the Bulgarian state television BNT said .
Serbia may use Azerbaijan’s transit potential, as well as joint the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), said Azerbaijan’s Economy Minister Shahin Mustafayev.
Having just returned from a week of meetings in Berlin with our current group of Transatlantic Academy fellows, who are all working on German foreign policy, the future of the U.S.-German relationship, and implications for the broader transatlantic world, I came away with a number of impressions. What follows are some of my impressions based on our discussions. I cannot speak for our entire group but have incorporated some of their insights as well.
By 2050, 843 million people will be living in urban areas of India. They will migrate from rural regions for better job opportunities, better health care, and a better life. How will cities sustain this huge influx of people?