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Nebenzia asked how the assassination attempt could benefit Russia on the eve of its presidential election and its hosting of soccer's World Cup. ... The White House says the U.S. "stands in solidarity" with Britain after it expelled 23 Russian diplomats in retaliation for Russia's alleged use of a nerve ...
A visit to the only dry port of Nepal will immediately captivate busy scenes with hundreds of trucks, some railway carriages and huge Maersk containers at play. Trains from the Port of Kolkata in India carry tons of Nepal's exports every week. Every year, Nepal is fined millions of rupees for overstaying ... Sea

Removing any Confederate monuments in Texas dishonors the 1 million Anglo-Americans, 300,000 African-Americans, 70,000 American Indians, 60,000 Latin Americans, 12,000 Jewish Americans and 10,000 Asian-Americans who fought in the Confederate military, and dishonors their living descendants. Civil War
"I don't look at what Hans and George say," Erdogan said to cheering crowds Sunday, Han's and George is the president's often used disparaging reference to European opinion. With Turkey's membership effort currently frozen and few expectations it has a chance of success, Brussels appears to have ...
Thinking about Brexit, the Donald, Austria having a presidential election replay, and other things, it struck me that in a sense I've lived through a Populist Era, a parallel history to the official narrative of ever-closer European union and what we might call ever-closer Western union. The starting point is hard ...
Guy Verhofstadt, an insightful European liberal Parlamentarian and lawmaker, former Belgian premier and chief Brexit negotiator, has already sounded the alarm: World War III may already be in the making and the election of a Donald Trump portents it. He is convinced that a "ring of autocrats" is ...

Russia, in my view, is today under strong pressure to realize its objectives in Syria and the humanitarian consequences of this are already inflaming European opinion against Russia. So if you factor this in with the other variables, it would be far too optimistic for the Russians to conclude that the ...
Nearly a century ago, a well-travelled English writer with a somewhat weary view of Britain's far-flung empire described nationalism as one of England's "many spurious gifts to the world". Patriotism, he said, can be defined as a lively sense of collective responsibility but nationalism is a silly cock crowing ... EU
Apart from the USA only seven countries voted against the move. ... that...it's apparently endless foot dragging on the question of equivalent Palestinian rights is no longer acceptable to a growing segment of British and European opinion ". ... That brings us back to the question: where is India in all this? Israel
Though I hope to the contrary, I believe the weeks following the US Presidential election will become a much bigger electoral and legal debacle than most commentators are willing to admit now. In the end, this election might well become a testament of the principal current American weakness - ...
Removing any Confederate monuments in Texas dishonors the 1 million Anglo-Americans, 300,000 African-Americans, 70,000 American Indians, 60,000 Latin Americans, 12,000 Jewish Americans and 10,000 Asian-Americans who fought in the Confederate military, and dishonors their living descendants.
Thinking about Brexit, the Donald, Austria having a presidential election replay, and other things, it struck me that in a sense I've lived through a Populist Era, a parallel history to the official narrative of ever-closer European union and what we might call ever-closer Western union. The starting point is hard to ...
Guy Verhofstadt, an insightful European liberal Parlamentarian and lawmaker, former Belgian premier and chief Brexit negotiator, has already sounded the alarm: World War III may already be in the making and the election of a Donald Trump portents it. He is convinced that a “ring of autocrats” is presently ...
Russia, in my view, is today under strong pressure to realize its objectives in Syria and the humanitarian consequences of this are already inflaming European opinion against Russia. So if you factor this in with the other variables, it would be far too optimistic for the Russians to conclude that the sanctions ...
Nearly a century ago, a well-travelled English writer with a somewhat weary view of Britain's far-flung empire described nationalism as one of England's “many spurious gifts to the world”. Patriotism, he said, can be defined as a lively sense of collective responsibility but nationalism is a silly cock crowing on ...
An EU debate point. Martin Schulz just pointed to the German government's scrappage bonus as an example of “protecting the hard core of German industry, automotive production, by keeping the people there” that justified an increase in sovereign debt. The reference to “keeping the people there” also ...
So Armenia had a Presidential election last week. ... So a mob attacked the US, Croatian, Turkish and Bosnian embassies in Belgrade today. ... The official line is that the two events were completely unrelated, and indeed the US and Croatian embassies were a couple of kilometers away from the center of ...

Though I hope to the contrary, I believe the weeks following the US Presidential election will become a much bigger electoral and legal debacle than most commentators are willing to admit now. In the end, this election might well become a testament of the principal current American weakness – deep ...
By pure coincidence, next month brings not one but two major turning points for Serbia. First, there's the Ahtisaari plan for Kosovo. As we all know, the plan would give Kosovo de facto independence. On one hand, that's just recognizing reality on the ground; 90% of Kosovo's population wants nothing to do ...
Removing any Confederate monuments in Texas dishonors the 1 million Anglo-Americans, 300,000 African-Americans, 70,000 American ...
European opinion of American leadership skidded. ... accepted his insistence that Russia did not interfere with the 2016 presidential election.
... say,” Erdogan said to cheering crowds Sunday, Han's and George is the president's often used disparaging reference to European opinion.
Let us not be distracted with noise, sideshows and attempts to divide. .... in reading a European opinion piece: http://www.spiegel.de/inter.
Thinking about Brexit, the Donald, Austria having a presidential election replay, and other things, it struck me that in a sense I've lived through a ...
The Albanian nationhood as understood in the 19th century was part of a romanticist notion of nationality, i.e., the Albanians were the Balkan ...
“When I am President, Russia will respect us far more than they do ... One explanation, which gained currency in the weeks after the presidential election, ... opportunity in Ukraine to mobilise European opinion against Russia ...
“When I am President, Russia will respect us far more than they do ... One explanation, which gained currency in the weeks after the presidential election, ... opportunity in Ukraine to mobilise European opinion against Russia ...
Le Pen is on record as saying that next year's presidential election in France ... She has moreover blamed the EU and the US for destabilizing ...
The US, mainly NATO and EU responded with the tools of coercive .... Even, after the presidential election in the US. new president-elect ...
... interfere and influence the US presidential election; something the strong-man of Russia has acknowledged and seems even to be proud of.
One big variable to consider: the results of elections in the U.S., France and Germany. ... of this are already inflaming European opinion against Russia. ... set of players in Washington after the November presidential election.
... by every reckoning, majority pro-European opinion in Scotland, ... US president Barack Obama has said that if Britain were out of the EU, ...
... by every reckoning, majority pro-European opinion in Scotland, ... US president Barack Obama has said that if Britain were out of the EU, ...
With loose cannons like this making European policy, the U.S. doesn't need ... European opinion leaders have begun openly criticizing them for ...
US Secretary of State John Kerry told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei ... and don't forget, they are preparing for a presidential election in less ...
However, the man declared to have lost the country's re-run presidential election to Western-leaning Viktor Yushchenko has refused to admit ...
Though I hope to the contrary, I believe the weeks following the US Presidential election will become a much bigger electoral and legal debacle ...
By pure coincidence, next month brings not one but two major turning points for Serbia. First, there's the Ahtisaari plan for Kosovo. As we all ...
... the ground to challenge the results of Sunday's presidential election. ... "Believe me, public opinion [in Ukraine] and European opinion will ...
One explanation, which gained currency in the weeks after the presidential election, is that the Russians have some leverage over the new U.S. President. According to American media reports, the Central Intelligence Agency has concluded that Russia ...
One explanation, which gained currency in the weeks after the presidential election, is that the Russians have some leverage over the new U.S. President. According to American media reports, the Central Intelligence Agency has concluded that Russia ...
One explanation, which gained currency in the weeks after the presidential election, is that the Russians have some leverage over the new U.S. President. According to American media reports, the Central Intelligence Agency has concluded that Russia ...
One explanation, which gained currency in the weeks after the presidential election, is that the Russians have some leverage over the new U.S. President. According to American media reports, the Central Intelligence Agency has concluded that Russia ...
RD Interview: Chatham House expert James Sherr explains how a variety of global crises, particularly in the Middle East and Ukraine, are impacting Russian foreign policy.


 

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