Through the new Cold War, and in crises like Crimea, developing countries are rediscovering their relevance.
Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sarkisian resigned Thursday, the deputy parliament speaker told AFP, saying the premier had been looking to leave his post for a month.
After a leading contender dropped out of Ukraine’s presidential race on Saturday, the hopes of many Ukrainians and their Western supporters are now riding on a man known as the Willy Wonka of Ukraine, the billionaire owner of a chocolate candy company.
Hungary was set Monday for four more years of Prime Minister Viktor Orban after the divisive strongman swept to victory in elections that also saw the far-right increase its share of the vote.
The convention on the legal status of the Caspian Sea is designed to create a legal basis for the long-term international cooperation, Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov said on March 29, the government reported.
Resignation of the government of Kazakhstan and departure Serik Akhmetov from the post of Prime Minister was not a surprise, on the contrary, it is a belated move of president, Kazakh political scientist, Doctor of Political Sciences Dosym Satpayev said.
Moscow is pressing NATO to explain its plans to enhance its military presence in Eastern Europe, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said.
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China on Wednesday issued a paper defining its policy objectives towards the EU, vowing to build partnerships for peace, growth, reform and civilization with the EU.
Construction of a nuclear power plant in Russia’s Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad (Baltic NPP) was a political project, Aleksandras Abišala, Lithuania’s ex-prime minister and now a management adviser, believes.