Thursday, April 15, 2021

US sanctions for Turkey’s S-400 procurement come into impact

The State Department revealed on April 5 that beforehand introduced US sanctions on Turkey’s military-industrial sector would come into impact on April 7 with...

A Bridge Not Too Far: Connecting Serbia-Greece-Cyprus

Focusing on shut ties, the international ministers of Greece, Serbia and Cyprus mentioned new alternatives for better cooperation in vitality, transport and tourism in...

Has Uzbekistan achieved its aim to combine schooling and science?

The interval of speedy globalization that the world continues to expertise requires renewal and a higher type of integration in each area. To obtain...

Conditional cooperation: The EU’s ‘positive agenda’ and Turkey’s insurance policies within the Eastern Mediterranean

Once once more, relations with Turkey took heart stage on the European Union’s summit assembly. ”We are able to put extra concrete proposals on...

EU provides Turkey deeper ties however threatens sanctions over East Med drilling

On March 25, EU leaders held a dialogue through video convention on the state of affairs within the Eastern Mediterranean and on the European...

More of the West is required in Georgia

Before I begin describing Georgia as a regional reforms chief and a rustic, which is well-known for its success whereas on its means in...

Blinken reaffirms America’s concentrate on rebuilding partnerships

During his March 22-25 journey to Brussels, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken emphasised repeatedly that the Biden administration will work to rebuild America’s...

Erdogan begins a political earthquake in Turkey

Significant developments are underway in Turkey. Most ominously, the federal government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) has...

For Greece’s 200th Independence Day, Russia reaches out for relations improve

ATHENS – Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin will go to Athens on March 24 to debate bilateral relations with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis,...

Europe’s high diplomat urges Turkey to respect ‘democratic obligations’ following HDP closure case

The bloc’s high diplomat, Josep Borrell has voiced the European Union’s issues over Ankara’s resolution to shut the nation’s largest opposition occasion, particularly the Peoples’ Democratic...

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Berlin, Moscow await subsequent US steps on Nord Stream 2

As the brand new US administration below Joe Biden is reportedly weighing extra sanctions towards the Nord Stream 2 pipeline from Russia to Germany,...

Energy Week Central Asia & Mongolia 2021 highlights renewable power challenge potential

Central Asia’s promising renewable power tasks, together with Uzbekistan’s clear power ambition and reaching its local weather motion targets to scale back greenhouse gasoline...

“SofaGate”: No chair for von der Leyen

A joke photograph of the high-level assembly in Ankara shortly made the rounds amongst EU officers on social networks. The photomontage exhibits Turkey’s President...

INTERVIEW with Roberto De Vita: Italy’s espionage scandal

New Europe (NE): How would you outline the paperwork that the accused officer gave to the Russians? What type of entry did he should...

Decoupling or recalibration: Brexit and the way forward for trans-Atlantic relations

From the very starting, I want to remind the readers that the thought of leaving the European Union had been brewing within the UK...

Value challenges for the world’s establishments

The world is present process a time of change in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. When the General Secretary of the United Nations,...

Dubai-based Phanes Group inks agreements to develop solar energy plant in Uzbekistan

Dubai-based worldwide photo voltaic power developer Phanes Group have signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) and Investment Agreement (IA) for a 200 MWАС grid-connected...

Nord Stream-2: Why not set up a Navalny tax?

The nearly full Nord Stream-2 pipeline might not be the proper storm, nevertheless it does current Washington and Berlin with an inventory of horrible...