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fter the sacking of FBI Director James Comey, given that the suspicion among many observers is that it was precipitated by the Trump-Russia connection, the question arises: what’s next for the troubled US-Russia relationship?

Published in Americas
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ast mid-February both the leader of Libya's Government of National Accord (GNA), Fayez al-Sarraj, and the leader of the Libyan National Army - that is the leader of "Operation Dignity" - Khalifa Haftar, were in Cairo, but no one can still today check whether they actually met. Indeed, as far as we know, they did not, considering the real allergy that Haftar has for the leader of Tripoli's GNA.

Published in Middle East

“Who would want to associate oneself with the zone of today’s Europe, where traditional values are destroyed, homosexualism is on the rampage, there is a migration crisis etc. Europe today is, in essence, a dying zone, where the population is unable to defend its cultural and religious identity. It is a post-Christian and post-European world, a graveyard of European civilization.”--Andrei Fursov, Nationalist Russian Historian

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here is an intriguing phenomenon going on in academic and diplomatic-political circles as we speak, especially those circles who deal with the Russia-EU relationship, détente, the Cold War, the present impasse among the two blocks.

Published in Europe
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or the last few months the western Balkans are back in the newspaper headlines. This is typically not good news. High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission Federica Mogherini paid a four-day visit to the region at the beginning of March, which was followed by a reaffirmation (renewed promise) on March 9th of the EU members that the western Balkans states will eventually join the union.

Published in Europe
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otal world military expenditure rose to $1686 billion in 2016, an increase of 0.4 per cent in real terms from 2015, according to new figures from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Military spending in North America saw its first annual increase since 2010, while spending in Western Europe grew for the second consecutive year.

Published in Defense
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rimea was an integral part of Russia for centuries and is historically, culturally and linguistically Russian.

Published in Russia
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t has become rather obvious in the last couple of months that Sean Spicer’s job as Press Secretary is to pick up after his boss, especially when, within a short week he announces various major shifts in policy.

Published in Trump's Presidency
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est continues to be anti-Russia even during the early reign of President Trump who claimed to try and drastically improve relations with its Cold War foe. End ideology in Russia and Eastern Europe has not helped the situation to improve. USA continues to control policy making processes in Europe and does not let Europe think for itself and EU does not want lose the US help. As such Russia’s efforts to bring EU out of US control mechanisms have not been successful for obvious reasons.

Published in Europe
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