Whatever the outcome of Turkey’s June 24 elections, a new presidential system will come into effect and the foreign policy, economic, and social ramifications will be significant.
Mariusz Patey: Polish participation in NATO is treat as a important factor of stability and peace in Europe
Exclusive interview of the director of the Institute prof. Roman Rybarsky Mr. Mariusz Patey (Poland)
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev announced a set of proposals within the framework of the SCO Summit in China, Kazinform correspondent reports.
The local authorities and migrants from 13 localities in Moldova will unite their efforts to implement four intercommunity projects launched today in village Dolna, Straseni district. They are to be implemented by support of Government of Switzerland, which provides grants for sustainable development of localities with involvement of left – wing citizens, within MiDL, implemented by UNDP.
The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) is not an internal matter of Italy, but a pan-European project supported by the European Commission, Director of the Center for Strategic Studies under the President of Azerbaijan Farhad Mammadov told Trend, commenting on the recent skeptical statements of the new Italian government.
A subdued but still dramatic sign of the fundamentally changed security situation in the Baltic Sea region is about to be delivered to some five million Swedish households this week, that is to the entire population of the kingdom of Sweden.
President Xi Jinping delivered a speech at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit on Sunday.
A war of words has erupted between the US and its G7 allies, hours after the group had put on a show of unity at the end of a tense summit.
Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andriy Parubiy, Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia Irakli Kobakhidze and Chairman of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova Andrian Candu have signed the statement on the creation of the Ukraine-Moldova-Georgia Inter-Parliamentary Assembly in Kyiv on June 9.
NATO Defence Ministers today (8 June 2018) concluded a two-day meeting in Brussels with a discussion of the Alliance’s training mission in Afghanistan, and its continuing support to the Afghan government and Afghan security forces.
The Government today granted permission for the delineation of the course proposed by Nord Stream 2 AG for the laying of two pipelines on the continental shelf in the Swedish Exclusive Economic zone in the Baltic Sea.
It was not lost on many observers that Modi’s language closely mirrored that used by the US and Japan. His veiled message was directed at China, and reflected a more widespread concern about how Beijing is wielding its economic and military muscle.
The gradual expansion of the European Union has resulted in a multi-speed Europe essentially becoming a reality. The countries of the so-called new Europe have gained a lot of traction despite their increasing disloyalty to Brussels and to the European project as a whole. At the June 2018 EU Summit, the focus will be on Jean-Claude Juncker’s concept of European “super-state” and Emmanuel Macron’s concept of a “multi-speed Europe.”
Parliamentarians from NATO nations appealed Monday for Alliance leaders to show unity at their Summit in July and demonstrate that the organisation remains credible in the face of security threats headed by Russia and terrorism.
NATO can and must do a lot more to deter Russia without dividing allies.