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Missile defense system in Europe undermines efforts to improve relations between West and Russian Federation

22.08.17 23:51

The creation of a ballistic missile defense (BMD) system in the EU will not improve the security of the European countries , NATO-members. This is stated in a study by Katarzyna Kubiak, the expert of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, entitled ...

Split in Moldova’s political circles greatly hinders solution of urgent problems in republic

16.08.17 23:47

Moldova’s President Igor Dodon called on the government to refrain from attempts to involve the country in a regional conflict with the support of the West, saying that he will have to act decisively. The politician wrote this statement commenting the interaction of ...

US anti-Russia sanctions may have negative impact on European energy security

04.08.17 23:09

US President Donald Trump signed into law a bill imposing new sanctions against Russia while acknowledging that the document has a number of shortcomings including “unconstitutional provisions”.

Experts: Brexit negotiations between London and Brussels not yet yielded tangible results

31.07.17 23:10

Brexit can disrupt the air travel from Great Britain to the European Union and the US if the UK government does not strike a deal with Brussels.

Western countries making adjustments to their vision of Syrian crisis solution

24.07.17 22:54

The truce in the Syrian Arab Republic, which was agreed during the negotiations between Russian leader Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump at the G20 Summit in Hamburg , became one of the central topics discussed by world analysts.

International experts: G20 Summit results in Hamburg ambiguous

14.07.17 23:39

The results of the two-day G20 Summit, which ended in Hamburg, Germany on July 8, caused mixed assessments among international analysts and representatives of the expert community.

Moldova’s political elite makes people main victim of its intrigues and interests

10.07.17 22:49

International observers speak about significant complication of the internal political situation in Moldova, linking the growing tensions and aggravation of the conflict between the ruling elites with the activity of President Igor Dodon elected at the end of last year .

US withdrawal from INF Treaty to threaten whole world and to cause new arms race

06.07.17 23:36

A group of US congressmen led by House Armed Services Strategic Forces Chairman Mike Rogers, whose committee oversees nuclear weapons, sent a proposal to Donald Trump Administration to unilaterally withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty , referring ...

Europe experiencing highest level of terrorist threat in last 20 years

28.06.17 22:27

The terrorist threat in Europe reached its peak in the last 20 years and continues to grow, said the head of Europol Rob Wainwright in an interview with Neuen Osnabruecker Zeitung last Tuesday, June 27.

Accession of India and Pakistan into SCO to increase importance of organization in international arena

16.06.17 23:16

The ceremony of raising flags of India and Pakistan, which became new full members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) at the Astana summit, was held at the SCO headquarters in Beijing on June 15, on the day of the 16th anniversary of the SCO founding. The flag of ...

Western business at SPIEF proves it is against sanctions, eager to cooperate with Russia

09.06.17 23:15

The total price of official agreements signed during the 21st St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), which was held under the slogan “The global economy in search of a new balance” on June 1–3, amounted to more than 2 trillion rubles, which is ...

First foreign trip of American leader confirms Middle East key priority

02.06.17 23:14

US President Donald Trump has finished his first trip abroad in the status of the head of state, which included a visit to Saudi Arabia, Israel, the Palestinian Autonomy, Belgium, where he met with the leaders of NATO member countries, and Italy where G-7 two-day summit took ...

Margaret Kimberley: Deliberate destruction of Libya by US led to sad consequences

18.05.17 12:21

Deliberate destruction of Libya was a war crime by all standards of international law, responsibility for which lies with the United States . This opinion was expressed by Margaret Kimberley, a New York journalist, editor and senior columnist at Black Agenda Report, in her ...

French presidential election results confirm citizens’ anxiety and disaffection

11.05.17 17:02

Yesterday the Constitutional Council of France officially approved the results of the presidential elections in the country. The leader of the En Marche movement, the former economy minister and investment banker Emmanuel Macron, who collected 66.1% of the vote in the ...

With THAAD deploymenton Korean peninsulatension continues to grow

06.05.17 14:48

The USTerminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD)system deployed in the Republic of Korea, has been put on combat duty, said Colonel Rob Manning, the US Forces Korea spokesperson.

Experts: Georgia’s NATO accession remains hazy in foreseeable future

29.04.17 23:38

Georgia’s course to join the European Union and NATO will now be fixed in the constitution of the country. This was stated by Irakli Kobakhidze, Speaker of the Georgian parliament, Chairman of the state commission working on the draft amendments to the country’s basic law.

French presidential election can be most unpredictable in country’s history

21.04.17 11:34

Two days left before the first round of the presidential elections will start in France in the upcoming Sunday, April 23, but there is no clear favorite in the race for the country's presidential post.

Foreign experts: US air strikes in Syria violate American Constitution and UN Charter

17.04.17 23:36

International experts and politicians continue to discuss situation around the Syrian Arab Republic (SAR), complicated after the US accused Syrian government of using chemical weapons in Idlib and attacked Shayrat air base with cruise missiles on the night of April 7.

INF treaty issue may be resolved through open dialogue between Russia and US

06.04.17 23:07

The growing tension around the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty of 8 December 1987 continues to complicate the bilateral relations between Moscow and Washington, registering mutual complaints against each other over non-compliance with the document.

Russia–Japan talks contribute to improving bilateral relations and building trust

28.03.17 23:45

Foreign and Defense Ministers of Russia and Japan hold their first talks in the so-called two-plus-two format since November 2013 on Monday, March 20. Sergey Lavrov, Sergey Shoygu, Fumio Kishida and Tomomi Inada discussed the issues of regional and international security and ...

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