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Indo-Russian Naval Cooperation: Sailing High Seas

By Petr Topychkanov

If we compare the three areas where there is military-technical cooperation between Russia and India; for the Army, the Air Force, and Naval requirements; the Navy’s is distinguished from the first two by its strategic character. It is quite clear that the cooperation began to take on this character during the Cold War years. READ MORE

IRANIAN EQUATION WITH MANY UNKNOWNS

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By Mark Byrne

Today, the leading players calculate the consequences of the release of Iran sanctions. What could be the role of the country’s post-Soviet neighbors of the Islamic Republic? READ MORE

What can Azerbaijan gain from participation in SCO?

By Anakhanum Khidayatova

Azerbaijan as one of the new observer countries in Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), will take advantage to strengthen the economic, trade and political ties with the organization that represents a significant majority of the Eurasian territories, political analyst, expert on international relations at Marquette University (US), Peter Tase told Trend July 13. READ MORE

NATO-Georgia Commission discusses state of partnership, welcomes Georgia’s reform progress

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Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow welcomed His Excellency David Usupashvili, Chairman of the Georgian Parliament, to NATO headquarters on Wednesday (22 July 2015) for talks on the important relationship between the Alliance and Georgia. READ MORE

Iran nuclear deal: Kerry ‘disturbed’ by Ayatollah’s vow to defy US in Middle East

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By Raf Sanchez

Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran’s Supreme Leader, says “policy towards the arrogant US will not change” despite the nuclear agreement reached in Vienna READ MORE

Kosovo Plans to Join UNESCO by November

Kosovo said it had filed an application to join UNESCO amidst Belgrade’s insistance that this would entail ‘indirect recognition’ of its independence. READ MORE

THE AGREEMENT ON COOPERATION BETWEEN THE ARMED FORCES OF KAZAKHSTAN AND AZERBAIJAN WAS SIGNED IN BAKU

In Baku was held the meeting of the Kazakh delegation headed by the First Deputy Minister of Defence, the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Kazakhstan S.Zhasuzakov with the First Deputy Minister of Defence of Azerbaijan N.Sadykov. READ MORE

EXPORT OIL PLANS TO INCREASE

By Arthur Dunn

In 2016, due to the sanctions of the European Union and the United States, oil production in Russia will decrease. This was reported yesterday in the international rating agency Fitch. Thus, the stress in the agency, the decline in oil production in Russia in 2016 could reverse the trend of a small increase in production was observed in six years. The government forecasts the production decline is also incorporated – by 3 million tons annually. Despite the decline in production, the Russian Federation plans to increase oil exports to 1.2 million tons annually in the next three years. READ MORE

European Union approves 27 million euros in funding to LitPol Link

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The European Union has approved 27.4 million euros in grants under its Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) for the Lithuanian part of the LitPol Link power interconnection between Lithuania and Poland. READ MORE

STILL HOPE FOR FAIR VERDICT

By Alina Kantor

Austrian Themis embarrass. The inevitability of punishment, impartiality, objectivity and other basic foundations of a fair trial were offset by a single man – Judge Andreas Bem. Unprecedented bias shown by him in the proceedings concerning the abduction and murder in 2007 of Kazakh bankers Zholdas Timraliyev and Aybar Hosenova significantly discredited judiciary. READ MORE

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