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Poland Hit by Waves of Refugee Flows Coming from Middle East

The European Union failed on July 9 to reach a deal to resolve a migration crisis in the Mediterranean, and instead set a deadline for July 20 to find agreement on how to share out 40,000 asylum seekers currently in Italy and Greece. «We made progress but we are not there yet», Dimitris Avramopoulos, the European Commissioner responsible for Migration, told reporters after a meeting of European interior ministers in Luxembourg...

Vladislav GULEVICH | 17.07.2015


 

Europe Suffocating Under Pressure of Refugee Flows: Is There a Way Out?

Europe is hit by waves of refugee flows coming from the Middle East and North Africa, especially Libya. Italy is hardest hit. The aggravation of problem was prompted by the UK-France aggression. Italy did not take part in the operation against Libya though Paris and London called on Italians to demonstrate “European solidarity” and join the combat...

Vladimir NESTEROV | 30.06.2015


 

Italy Could Bring Prosperity to the Mediterranean Nations

Henry Kissinger used to say that nations do not have permanent friends or enemies, only interests. And so goes the relationship between Italy and Libya affecting the region’s stability, economic growth, and peace.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 28.06.2015


 

EU Allies Pay for America’s Global Conflict and Refugees

Europe’s refugee crisis is just another American bill for the latter’s legacy of global conflict – a bill that is being dumped at the European allies’ door to pay. Years of US-led wars waged in Central Asia, through the Middle East and across North Africa are arguably the major factor in the droves of migrants now straining the European Union, as they seek refuge from raging conflicts and deprivation. The nationalities of the refugees mirror the trail of countries that America has pulverised over the past decade... 

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 24.04.2015


 

Cyprus and Russia: «Work Together and In Focused Fashion»

...The issue of Ukraine and the sanctions war against Russia initiated by the United States make surface new trends to diversify the European political landscape. This is the background against which Nicos Anastasiades, the President of Cyprus, visited Russia on February 24-27... President Anastasiades emphasized that he opposed the idea of sanctions war with Russia. It’s not just a declaration; this point of view is supported by Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Together they constitute a force to reckon with which exerts certain influence on European politics bringing closer the day when such anomaly as anti-Russian economic sanctions will become a thing of the past...

Arkady DZIUBA | 03.03.2015


 

Cypriot President Comes to Moscow: Russia’s Growing Presence in Mediterranean

On February 25, Russia and Cyprus signed an agreement on military-technical cooperation during the Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades’ official visit to Russia. In particular, it envisages the use of airports and seaports of the Republic by Russian warplanes and warships in humanitarian operations and emergencies, as well as anti-terrorist operations...

Andrei AKULOV | 26.02.2015


 

South Stream to Change Direction. Russia Cannot be Squeezed Out of Energy Market

During his trip to Turkey Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the decision to give up the South Stream pipeline project in favor of a new route redirected to Turkey. An important event preceded the statement. Israel proposed that EU countries invest in a multi-billion euro pipeline to carry its natural gas to the continent. At the international conference «Building Euro-Mediterranean Energy Bridge» that ended in Rome in mid-November Israel's Minister for Energy Silvan Shalom described a project for transportation to Europe of gas produced in the Eastern Mediterranean to Vice-President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Energy Union Maros Sefcovic. Shalom ensured Sefcovic that the gas resources in the huge offshore deposits Tamar and Leviathan (240 and 480 billion m3, respectively) may be directed to Europe through Cyprus and Italy at a «special price». He openly stated that the project may lessen the EU’s dependence on Russian gas supplies...

Dmitry MININ | 08.12.2014


 

Will Israel’s Gas Hopes Come True?

The 2nd leaders' summit of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) has taken place in Moscow. Experts say there is a candidate to enter the elite club of 13 members once the rich East Mediterranean deposits start to be developed. The vast sea bottom natural gas fields were discovered a few years ago. Israel is the leader in the development; it starts its activities without waiting for neither ultimate resolution of legal issues, nor settling the emerging disputes with neighbors...  The Eastern Mediterranean «gas pie» is disputed by Cyprus, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt and Turkey, as well as Palestine striving for independence... 

Dmitry MININ | 04.07.2013




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Misled by «America Above All» Concept

The article Russia and America: Toward a New Détente  was published  on June 9 by The National Interest to hit the radar screen. It is still in the limelight. The piece is written by Leslie H. Gelb (born March 4, 1937), a former correspondent and columnist for The New York Times, a former senior Defense and State Department official who is currently President Emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations.

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