Brexit will trigger a domino effect, especially in Europe’s socially and economically developed countries, Naciye Selin Senocak, chair holder at UNESCO Cultural Diplomacy, Governance and Education Chair, Center for Diplomatic and Strategic Studies (CEDS).
From the hydrogen bomb to anthrax, anything that could threaten the peaceful co-existence of humanity, was discussed June 20 at the international conference devoted to the Manifest “The World. The 21st Century.” Leading experts on nuclear safety, supported by the International Science and Technology Centre (ISTC), met in the Library of the First President.
Despite the emergence of new presidential candidates, the people of Estonia would like to see Foreign Minister Marina Kaljurand as the country's next president, according to Postimees.
The manifest “The World. The 21st Century” and his nation’s moral right to advance such proposals was one of the topics addressed by Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev in a recent interview with TASS First Deputy General Director Mikhail Gusman.
The sixteenth meeting of the Council of heads of member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (CHS SCO) was held on 23-14 June in Tashkent under the chairmanship of Uzbekistan.
There is no timescale or mention of when to trigger the mechanism for an exit after a referendum, leaving many politicians worried about a long period of uncertainty.
On June 21 Minister of National Defence Juozas Olekas met with Minister of Defence of Denmark Peter Christensen in Rukla (Jonava distr.) and underscored the continuity of close cooperation between Denmark and Lithuania.
When NATO leaders gather in Warsaw in July, they will do so against a background of uncertainty. Uncertainty about the future of the European project. Uncertainty about the outcome of the US Presidential elections. Finally, uncertainty about how best to tackle the range of security threats facing the Alliance.
Political missteps, personal health issues, doubts about effectiveness and rising Euroskepticism impair Commission chief’s self-declared mission to save the EU.
International Finance Centre "Astana" ( IFCA) will be ready to receive its first clients after the exhibition EXPO-2017. This date declares personally managing MFTSA Kairat Kelimbetov. Despite the fact that Western investors to the idea with some skepticism, and the Russian fear that the "Astana" in danger of becoming the new offshore zone, the potential of Kazakhstan to occupy a niche "financial harbor" Eurasian region there.