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• Three new realities for the next US President
There was a telling moment in last Saturday night's Republican presidential debate that says a lot about America's misadventures in the Middle East over the past 15 years. Donald Trump, the real estate developer and current front-runner who has done everything from calling for a ban on Muslim immigrants to ridiculing
• Resisting the Arabization of Islam in Indonesia
It is a sign of the violent age we live in that there is a website in the United States devoted to updating daily deaths by gunfire. Last week, the Mass Shooting Tracker reported that in the first 334 days of this year, America had experienced 351 shootings in which four or more people were killed or injured
• Turkey and the Kurds
Exactly 95 years ago, the Ottoman Empire came to an end. On August 10, 1920, the Ottomans and the Allied powers signed the Treaty of Sѐvres, partitioning the Middle East between European nations. Palestine and Iraq went to the British, who also maintained influence in the kingdom that would become Saudi Arabia.
• Iraq is not Iraq anymore
WASHINGTON - So, this is where we are in America today: the wealthy son of a real estate developer who used five deferments to let others go to war in his place attacks, with a straight face, a United States Naval Academy graduate who spent five years in a North Vietnamese prison camp with complications from a broken
• Pope on President Abbas - The angel of peace
Pope Francis on Saturday referred to Mahmoud Abbas as 'an angel of peace' as the Palestinian leader paid a visit to the Vatican to underscore the good relations between the territories and the Holy See. The pontiff made the compliment during the traditional exchange of gifts at the end of an official audience in the Apostolic Palace
• Władysław Bartoszewski Dies at 93
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• Merkel calls for EU unity
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• Damning CIA torture report
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• Data on the Bank of Russia FX operations
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• Soros sounds wake-up call on ukraine
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• France & KSA to offer arms for Lebanon
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• Europe's Saunter Toward Losing Ukraine
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• Top Secret: How EU and USA discuss commerce
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• EU signs pacts with Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• Putin & Poroshenko toward peace
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• Wait and see - Ukraine elects a new leader
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• Merkel on Russia’s huge pressure on Ukraine
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• Poland and the eurozone
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• ECB - unconventional monetary policy plans
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• Ukraine demands, Russia supplies
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of Russia's move into the spotlight of global political power. I tried to maintain a neutral stance below.
• New laws in Ukraine
A peaceful anti-government protest in Kyiv descended into chaos when clashes broke out between demonstrators and riot police near to the Ukrainian parliament. Tens of thousands of pro-EU demonstrators braved the freezing cold in the capital on Sunday to rally against new laws that opposition leaders have
• Poland among top 20 wealthiest countries
According to both our and international calculations, it is a plausible target. Poland among the top 20 wealthiest countries of the world by 2022. By this time we should have reached a very ambitious goal – 80% of the EU average regarding the GDP. Today, it is 67%, and we started from the level of ca. 50% when our European
• The Maidan of victory?
In the past, Maidan was a dwelling place of forest workers, a place where trees were felled and timber was charred. Later on it transformed into a village fairground, a yard, a location within a military camp where spoils of war were gathered and sold. In other words, the today's place of importance, a public place
• UK in sustained recovery
The UK is in a sustained recovery and does not face major inflation risks, Bank of England policymakers have said. Minutes from the Monetary Policy Committee's November meeting showed the nine members all voted to leave interest rates at 0.5%. The committee also signaled that it was in no rush to raise interest rates
• Russia considers Ukraine's crimea signed
Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared Crime are united with Russia. He and Crimean leaders have signed a treaty of accession, which they consider effective immediately. Putin stressed the peninsula on Ukraine's Black Sea coast was historically special for Russia. He said Russia does not intend to absorb other
• Our independent. But what?
How many of us are aware that Poland - after more than a hundred years of enslavement, after the partitions that had placed the lives of the Polish society, undergoing russification and germanization, under the thumb of foreign countries - had managed to regain its independence and freedom 95 years ago?
• Nobel Prize in Economy awarded
On 14th October 2013, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded the Nobel Prize in Economy to three American academics: Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Robert Shiller. Although they conducted separate studies, their works were all focused on one subject. The Academy justified its choice by saying that
• Germany to receive cheaper gas from Qatar
On Wednesday, the German concern E.ON signed a five-year-long contract for the supply of liquefied gas from the country over the Persian Gulf. As a result, Germany will receive gas from Qatar earlier than Poland - beginning from next year, E.ON will import 10 bn m3 of liquefied gas from Qatar annually, informed the
• Syria - a step from war
In the history of mankind, rarely have there been periods without a war. The Bible shows that there was peace in Israel after the death of David during the reign of his son, King Salomon. Certainly, such peace has been achieved in history of each country, peace that had, unfortunately, been preceded by numerous wars with all
• Poland on intervention in Syria
At Westerplatte, on the 74th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II, Prime Minister Donald Tusk expressed his conviction that today’s Poland will be ready to defend itself against potential danger. In his speech, the prime minister said that we are facing another conflict in the Middle East. ‘The attack on Syria
• Syria and oily priorities
We're still awaiting action on Syria. Some of the biggest issues that are withholding the actions are that many countries are still waiting real proof. In the UK we're seeing quite the debate, as there's a strong feeling in that country that it will end up like another failure as we saw in Iraq. Not that many will call Iraq a failure
• Russia to control Polish meat
The Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rossielchoznadzor) informed on Wednesday about the introduction of strict control over all batches of pork meat imported from Poland. 'From now on, all batches of pork meat imported from Poland - chilled as well as frozen - will undergo strict control

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