The United States reimposed sanctions on Iran's oil industry and financial sector Monday, following through on President Donald Trump's pledge to roll back relief Iran received as part of the international agreement to limit its nuclear program.
Following the meeting of Secretaries General Jens Stoltenberg and António Guterres on the margins of the 73rd UN General Assembly in September, the Secretariats of NATO and the United Nations concluded an updated Joint Declaration on Friday 26 October 2018, setting out plans for future cooperation between the two organizations.
The recent elections in Bavaria and last year’s general election in Germany have laid bare the deep political crisis that currently envelops Germany.
Expert of the Institute of World Economy Zhumabek Sarabekov has commented on the meeting of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, Kazinform correspondent reports.
Exclusive interview of the Ph.D. Alex Grigorievs, Vice Chair of the Board, Baltic to Black Sea Alliance (BBSA)
In the system of international relations and global politics, Azerbaijan is distinguished by its principled state strategy, which aims to support the foreign policy balance in the region and in the world.
It is becoming more obvious every year that the challenges we face are now no longer local but regional and increasingly global. In an ever more complex and interlinked world, the solutions to our problems – whether environmental, economic or human – are seldom contained by national borders.
Ruling Georgian Dream (GD) party-backed presidential candidate Salome Zurabishvili says she will not give up and will fight to the end in the runoff to be held on December 2.
Unpleasant steps are being taken regarding Lithuanian Radio and Television (LRT) by the Seimas, LRT Director General Monika Garbačiauskaitė-Budrienė says. According to her, there have been various attempts to limit the freedom of press during this parliamentary session; thus, there is need to remain cautious.
During implementation of the Rail Baltica project, the three Baltic states cannot afford internal battles, said Latvian parliament speaker Inara Murniece (National Alliance), opening the 37th Session of the Baltic Assembly in Vilnius