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16 Dec. 2019 - | Press Release by NATO

NATO marks fifteenth anniversary of Istanbul Cooperation Initiative in visit to Kuwait: Post meeting Statement Issued by the NATO Foreign Ministers

04 Dec. 2018 - | Courtesy-REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko

Is Russia About to Occupy Ukraine? Chief of the General Staff of Ukraine's Armed Forces Viktor Muzhenko in an interview in Kyiv.

Commentary:- published on 04 Dec. 2018 - |In Photo-Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before EU Parliament.

Losing Trust: Data Breaches Could Cause Users to Opt Out of Sharing Personal Data. Then What?

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Macron calls for big EU changes in ‘European Renaissance’: French President's vision ahead of Elections.

03 Mar. 2019 - | COMMENTARY Published by Linda Britz

Commentary: Why Europe Fears Collapse of the Iran Nuclear Deal.

04 Jan. 2019 - | COMMENTARY Published by Anna Roberta

Published on Dec. 17,2018

Saudi Arabia and the West’s right wing: A dubious alliance.

Report by Stefani Furkova  Published on Jan. 02,2018   Efforts to return Syria’s Assad to Arab fold amount to hollow victory for autocrats.

Commentary Published on Jan. 8,2018

The United States Can't Rely on Turkey to Defeat ISIS

02 Jan.. 2019 - | Report by Alexender Lemonov  EU households spending on alcohol reached € 130 billion: EU's Baltic member states spend a higher on alcohol than any other countries..