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More than a decade after Kosovo region’s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia, the issue of redrawing borders is back on the agenda. The ongoing negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina on the settlement of bilateral relations under the auspices of the European Union may lead to an unexpected result - the breakaway of Serbia’s three predominantly Albanian-populated southern Serbian regions of the Presevo Valley and their accession to Kosovo - which, in turn, will be carved up into Serbian and Albanian parts.
  • Category: Experts |
  • Date: Yesterday, 11:00
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A major new report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), was just released in Korea on October 8 (2018). Although it is nearly 800 pages long and includes more than 6,000 scientific references, it can be summarized in few sentences: The average global temperature is now 1.0°C above its pre-industrial levels. That increase is already causing more extreme weather, rising sea levels and diminishing Arctic sea ice, and is damaging untold number of land and sea ecosystems.
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  • Date: 12-10-2018, 14:06
  • Views: 82
In 2020, Russia and Indonesia will mark 70 years to the establishment of  diplomatic relations between the two countries. Given that the epicenter of the geopolitical activity is currently shifting towards the Asia-Pacific Region (APR), the role of Indonesia as the planet’s strategically important location increases.
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  • Date: 10-10-2018, 13:24
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Diplomatic conflicts that have recently arisen between Hungary and its neighboring countries and the European Union as a whole most clearly show the new trend in European politics. This trend is committing to national and state values of a specific European country, doubting the priority of supranational interests within the European Union. Political analyst Timofey Bordachev believes that “the era of stale politics and the same stale politicians, who make backstage decisions based on the“ lowest common denominator,” are finally coming to an end.
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  • Date: 5-10-2018, 14:41
  • Views: 98
When looking at the series of events happening in Ukraine  - the authorities’ actions, statements by politicians and officials - the question arises as to how manageable is the political process in the country on the banks of the Dnieper?Most of the authorities' actions are currently subordinated to the main and strategic goal - the re-election of President Petro Poroshenko for a new term. However, this process for Poroshenko and his entourage is not as manageable as they would like it to be.
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  • Date: 6-09-2018, 17:36
  • Views: 139
The idea of concluding an agreement between Belgrade and Pristina on the territorial delimitation between Serbs and Albanians, voiced by the president of self-proclaimed independent Kosovo, Hashim Thaci and supported by Serbian President Aleksandr Vučić, may be on the negotiating table in Brussels in early September 2018. Both presidents are to meet in the Belgian capital to resume the dialogue on the normalization of bilateral relations under the auspices of the European Union.
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  • Date: 22-08-2018, 16:27
  • Views: 248

The United States has decided to impose new sanctions against Russia. The first package of sanction measures of the US State Department will come into force on August 22. Vladimir Vasiliev, chief researcher at the Institute of the USA and Canada of the Russian Academy of Sciences, believes that the new sanctions will lead Russian-American relations to the "point of no return", where there will be no possibility left for a constructive dialogue between the current Russian and American elites.

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  • Date: 13-08-2018, 11:44
  • Views: 395
In 1776, the oldest of the Founding Fathers of the United States, Benjamin Franklin, who was presiding at the Philadelphia Congress, which adopted the historic Declaration of Independence, pointed out as he opened the event that there was an image of a bright sun depicted on the back of his chair. “Is this the rising or setting sun for America?” – he asked the delegates rhetorically. History would provide the answer.
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  • Date: 8-08-2018, 11:25
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Evgeny Pashentsev is a very broadminded scholar. But his main research is connected to Latin America.DSc., Professor, leading researcher at the Institute for Contemporary International Studies at the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian
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  • Date: 7-02-2018, 11:03
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Over 500 delegates from 73 countries came to the XI Assembly of the Russian world just before the Day of national unity this year. It was held in Nizhny Novgorod, the industrial, scientific and cultural center of the Volga region, a city that played a special role in the Russia’s becoming a country we know.
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  • Date: 5-11-2017, 11:21
  • Views: 757