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  Football affects relations between Turkey and Armenia

Aušra Radzevičiūtė
2009 08 10

On 23 April of this year the foreign ministers of Turkey and Armenia announced in Switzerland that the countries approved the plan of „road guidelines“ aimed at normalization of relations between Ankara and Yerevan. It is also possible that border between Turkey and Armenia could be opened by 14 October, when teams of both countries would meet in the World Cup-qualifying football match in the Turkish city Bursa.

 
 
  Does Belarus really want to disengage from Russia‘s embrace?

Aivaras Bagdonas, VU TSPMI doktorantas
2009 08 03

The first half of this year could be referred to as a period of Belarus‘s attempts to reduce its dependence on Russia.

In January the press was overloaded with statements on disagreements between the two countries in the sphere of economy/energy, including political claims.

 
 
  Eastern European crisis

Arūnas Spraunius
2009 07 07

This year should have been the year of festivities for Eastern and Central Europe: the Berlin Wall crumbled two decades ago, expansion of NATO commenced ten years ago and five years ago the first countries of the region became members of the EU. Is this situation really festal?

 
 
  March towards Tbilisi: a mix of desire and fear

Jonas Motiejūnas
2009 06 29

The Kremlin has several times declared that it was for M.Saakashivili‘s resignation. Actually, Russia can easily remove him from the post of president: the Russian tanks are located about 40 km from Tbilisi and can take the Georgian capital any time. Part of the country‘s territory – South Ossetia and Abkhazia – have declared independence and it is difficult to imagine that Georgia could take these territories back in the near future.

 
 
  Which road will Azerbaijan take?

Viktor Denisenko
2009 06 22

Azerbaijan was not among the soviet republics which could be referred to as active searchers for independence. The country decided to withdraw from the USSR on 30 August 1991, straight after the failure of the Moscow putsch. A.Mutalibov, the last communist leader of the republic, was elected the first president of the independent Azerbaijan. Then the opposition created an alternative structure of power, the National Council.

 
 
  When Eastern Europe will overcome the crisis?

Česlovas Iškauskas, political analyst
2009 06 15

While searching for the data on the possibility of Eastern European countries to overcome economic crisis, I‘ve come across very interesting evaluations. The German „Die Zeit“ writes: „When soviet empire collapsed 20 years ago, Europe became an incarnation of freedom, openness and bright future for Poland, Hungary, Baltic States and Bulgaria, but today the old Europe is frowning at the post-communist states“.

 
 
  Two years after the Bronze Night

Viktor Denisenko
2009 05 25

Two years have passed after the Bronze Night events in Estonia, when a group of young people in Tallinn provoked mass disorders. Everything started from the protest against relocation of the monument to soviet soldiers (the so called Bronze Soldier) and the remains buried under the monument from the centre of the city to the Military Cemetery.

 
 
  Events in Georgia: they, who sow the field, mow the storm (1)

Aušra Radzevičiūtė
2009 05 21

From 9 April Georgia has again been facing mass protests. Their participants require president M.Saakashvili’s resignation. Whereas he is not going to resign, but acknowledges that he might become a victim of the international collusion: according to him, Russia and the United States could come to an agreement regarding Georgia’s future.

 
 
  G-20 Summit in London – an important step towards recovery of global economy

Aivaras Bagdonas, VU TSPMI doktorantas
2009 05 18

The G-20 Economic Summit, which took place on 2 April in London, demonstrated that  the international community has finally started joining the effort for struggle against the global economic crisis.

 
 
  Moldova: what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger

Krzysztof Kolanowski
2009 05 14

„Jos comuniştii!“ („Communists Away!“) – this phrase reminds the revolution in Romania in 1989, which ended in the overthrow and execution of N.Ceausescu. The current protests in Moldova are also accompanied by the same slogans and a similar goal – to overthrow communists who came into power eight years ago and, according to protesters, falsified the election results.

 
 
  Korea – the zone of constant tension

Viktor Denisenko
2009 05 11

Situation in the Korean Peninsula differs from the situation in other conflict-affected parts of the world. Actually the two Koreas embrace one nation. The Korea Republic in the south of peninsula is a free country with the market economy. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in the north of peninsula is a perfect example of a military communist ideological system.

 
 
  Ukraine and Russia: partners or opponents?

Jonas Motiejūnas
2009 05 07

Relations between Ukraine and Russia are again deteriorating. Usually the increase of tension between the states is related to energy problems or Ukraine‘s ambitions to join NATO or the EU.

 
 
  Moscow block

Viktor Denisenko
2009 04 14

On 4 February 2009, representatives of countries of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) signed an agreement in Moscow on the formation of the Collective Rapid Reaction Force (CRRF). Some experts evaluated this as a new Moscow‘s step towards the formation of a counterbalance to NATO.

 
 
  First features of Barrack Obama’s policy

Arūnas Spraunius
2009 04 06

On 25 February, during the first address to the United States Congress, president B.Obama promised that the country would emerge from the recession stronger than before. President assured that the price of recovery would be new economy when people spend money depending on their resources, pursuing short-term gains over long-term prosperity, and promised to lead America towards clean, renewable energy and new generation cars.

 
 
  Struggle against the credit crisis in the United States: fire extinction with kerosene?

Aušra Radzevičiūtė
2009 03 26

Today there are no doubts that the global financial crisis was provoked by systematic mistakes of the American market economy. It is interesting to know how this country is fighting against the crisis and its after-effects or eliminating the reasons which predetermined the beginning of the economic recession.

 
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Ukraine has filed a lawsuit against Russia in the International Court of Justice for terrorism and racism (4)

2017 01 19


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine filed a lawsuit in the UN International Court of Justice against Russia within the framework of the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism and the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, says the site of the Foreign Minister. This is done on the instructions of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, issued on 16 January.


National Armed Forces (NAF) of Latvia will deploy additional military units in three cities (5)

2017 01 18


For effective complex defence of Latvia, the establishment of a permanent division of the National Armed Forces has started in Latgale, reported the official website of the Ministry of Defence.

 



In Lithuania the amount of 110 thousand Euros was collected at a concert in support of the ATO fighters and residents of Donbass (3)

2017 01 17


On 13 January a concert "Together to the victory" was held in Lithuania, where the audience decided to support Ukraine's defence and donated 110 thousand Euros.

 



Belarus has established a visa-free regime for citizens of 80 countries (1)

2017 01 10


Alexander Lukashenko on 9 January signed a decree № 8 "On the establishment of visa-free entry and exit of foreign nationals." The document establishes visa-free entry to Belarus for a period not exceeding 5 days at the entrance through the checkpoint "National Airport Minsk" for citizens of 80 countries, - reported the press service of the President of Belarus.




The European Parliament approved the recall of visas for citizens of Ukraine and Georgia (1)

2016 12 19


 

The European Parliament approved the granting of a visa-free regime for short-term trips to the citizens of Ukraine and Georgia, RIA Novosti reported.

 



The US House of Representatives approved actions against the influence of Russia

2016 12 08


The US House of Representatives approved a bill on establishing an inter-departmental body, the purpose of which would be to resist Russian attempts of "influencing the people and the governments" of other countries, - reported the Associated Press.


Alexander Parkhomenko. The pro-Russian (not already) President of Moldova, who was seated by the Russian Federation, stated about the way towards the EU

2016 12 02
Techno HUNDRED

"I back up": networks got surprised with the unexpected statement of the pro-Russian President Dodon about the EU.

The newly elected president of Moldova Igor Dodon, known for his pro-Russian views, stated that his country is not going to refuse from the cooperation with the European Union.

 

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