In a televised address shown on national TV channels at 19.00 hours on March 19, 2019, Nursultan Nazarbayev stunned the nation as he announced that he relinquishes the duties of the President of Kazakhstan, a position he held since December 1991, as of March 20.
An exclusive interview of Mr Piotr Kościński, assistan professor, Vistula University, Warsaw
While Italy wants a part in China's new Belt and Road project, the European Union as a whole would like to halt China's increasing influence. DW's Frank Sieren argues that a common strategy is needed.
NATO has reaffirmed its commitment to the open door policy regarding its enlargement, as well as the decision of the NATO Bucharest Summit of 2008 that Ukraine and Georgia will become NATO members once they meet all the necessary requirements.
Seven of 29 NATO countries, including the Baltic countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, hit the alliance's defense spending target in 2018.
How do Indian experts see the role of BRICS in world politics and what do they think about current relations between Russia and India? Dattesh Parulekar, Assistant Professor, Centre for Latin American & International Studies, Goa University and Vice President, Forum for Integrated National Security (FINS), shares his thoughts on these issues.
The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) has considerably impacted Albania’s role in region and beyond, media reports citing Albanian President Ilir Meta.
Representatives of state institutions of Uzbekistan held a meeting with representatives of the WTO and the International Trade Center (ITC).
BEIJING – Fifteen years ago, Alan Blinder, a former vice chair of the US Federal Reserve System and a longtime professor of economics at Princeton, wrote a book entitled The Quiet Revolution about changes in central banking.
The European Union is Kazakhstan’s biggest foreign investor, and Kazakhstan is the EU’s closest political and economic partner among the countries of Central Asia while EU-Kazakhstan cooperation is expanding in education, research, trade, transport, agriculture and environmental work, among many areas, the European envoy in Astana said.