Washington Warns Dushanbe

The issues of bilateral relations of the USA and Tajikistan were discussed in course of the visit of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Central Asia at the U.S. Department of State Daniel Rosenblum and his colleague Steven Feldsteinи, a specialist on Democracy, human rights and international religious freedom with the representatives of Tajikistani Government and civil society.

Analyst: Blaming Western interventionism for all evil is far-fetched

By Justin Vaïsse

When the West intervened in Libya, it later turned into chaos. When the West did not intervene in Syria, it turned into chaos as well. Therefore, it is hard to draw a definitive conclusion whether it is good or bad to intervene, Justin Vaïsse, director of the Policy Planning staff of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs told EurActiv Slovakia in an exclusive interview.

Eastern Triangle Fails

By Oleg Gorbunov

On February 2nd the meeting of Foreign Ministers of Russia, India and China took place in Beijing. The parties devoted the meeting to discuss the situation within international arena, evaluation of foreign interference into domestic processes in independent states, as well as touched upon the issues of development of a new international transit project – “Great Silk Road”.

Greece: Victory of SYRIZA


By Aleksey Makarkin

The victory of the left movement SYRIZA (Coalition of the Radical Left) in Greek Parliamentary Elections has not become a sensation. An extremely complicated economic situation has resulted into the growth of the political power, which was founded by former communists. A 40 years old Leader of SYRIZA Alexis Tsipras became a new Prime Minister, who was an activist of a communist youth organization in young days.