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Russia’s Policy Towards Arab World

In early August Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov made a trip to Qatar. It was not an ordinary visit. In a short space of time he met Emir of the State of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Foreign Minister of Qatar Khalid bin Muhammad al-Atiyah, Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia Adil al-Ahmad al-Jubayr and US State Secretary John Kerry. ..

Boris DOLGOV | 10.08.2015


 

US expansion of anti-Russian sanctions will not be unanswered - Russian foreign ministry

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Final Iran Deal Reached: Russia’s Perspective Circumstances

The final deal has been reached after three weeks of continuous efforts as the negotiation process developed in Vienna. Five United Nations Security Council permanent members, Germany and Iran concluded a final agreement. The 100-page document contains technical and legal details. This is an event of global importance, a bright example of great powers’ cooperation – something that has happened so seldom recently...

Nikolai BOBKIN | 19.07.2015


 

Partner or Pariah? Kerry Calls Lavrov for Help

Reading the Western news media is like swimming in a goldfish bowl. News one day gives way to some other transient story the next, and so on and on... To illustrate: one of the most bizarre – unwittingly bizarre – recent news reports was how US Secretary of State John Kerry made an urgent call to Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov. Kerry reportedly needed Lavrov for help in clinching a breakthrough in the deadlocked nuclear negotiations with Iran...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 09.04.2015


 

Sergei Lavrov in Latin America

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has once again visited the Western Hemisphere. An intense programme of official visits, talks and consultations in Cuba, Colombia, Nicaragua and Guatemala, and a meeting with the foreign ministers of the Central American Integration System (SICA), and all in just three days... Three to four years ago, Washington generally tried to hold back its emotions regarding Russia’s growing presence in Latin America and the Caribbean... But all of a sudden there are cracks. Congress, the White House, the Pentagon and the CIA have become anxious, publicly declaring that Russia is intentionally restoring its influence in Latin America using cold war tactics...

Nil NIKANDROV | 02.04.2015


 

Munich Security Conference – Hot Issues and Vibrant Debates as Ukraine Steals the Show (I)

From February 6 to 8, 2015, Munich was again in the focus of international politics with over 400 renowned decision-makers in international politics, including about twenty heads of state and government and more than sixty foreign and defence ministers, 30 CEOs of large global companies as well as strong parliamentary delegations coming together at the 51st Munich Security Conference (MSC) to discuss current and future issues in foreign and security policy focused heavily on the new Russia - West standoff over Ukraine and the Islamic State posing a global threat among other acute issues...

Andrei AKULOV | 10.02.2015


 

Lavrov: US escalated Ukraine crisis at every stage, blamed Russia

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Munich Security Conference Report: Reading between Lines

The 51st Munich Security Conference (MSC) kicks off on February 6. For three days military and political leaders, scholars, diplomats and journalists will discuss the acute problems of international security, global challenges to peace and stability on the planet and the ways to solve controversial issues. The Russian delegation will be headed by Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov... The Munich security conference is a good platform for bringing Russia and Europe together. It can bring practical results if Europe restores the ability to act on its own.

Arkady DZIUBA | 06.02.2015


 

Lavrov: Russia-US relations in dead before Ukrainian crisis

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Sergey Lavrov: Russia Won't Cry Uncle to U.S. Sanctions (VIDEO)

 Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov attended the UN General Assembly in New York last week, where he commented on everything from the peace process in Ukraine to Iran's nuclear talks and U.S. air strikes in Syria. On Saturday, Lavrov sat down with Bloomberg's Olivia Sterns in an exclusive interview to recap his thoughts on Russia's role in a tense geopolitical landscape. (Source: Bloomberg)

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 28.09.2014




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