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Yerevan doesn't understand Moscow's signals

Today, Acting Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan once again made a proposal for a "mirror withdrawal of troops" and the deployment of Russian border guards or international observers along the border. According to him, this …

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Dispute over Nord Stream 2 nears completion

German Chancellor Angela Merkel called Russian President Vladimir Putin tonight to talk about Nord Stream 2 and Ukraine. According to the Kremlin press service, the leaders are satisfied with the approaching completion of the gas pipeline

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Who owns Armenian diplomacy

The Armenian authorities have finally decided on the issue of appointing the leadership of the Foreign Ministry. On July 15, the now ex-head of the Security Council of Armenia Armen Grigoryan, who has been in charge of the republic's …

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Armenia to launch national airline

Armenia is setting up a new national airline following nearly a decade without a flag carrier. President Armen Sarkissian and senior Armenian aviation officials signed an agreement with the United Arab Emirates-based low-cost airline Air …

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Cuba: why protesters took to the streets

This week Cuba declared a state of emergency in the country amid massive protests calling for free elections and more decisive action to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Pandemic devastated tourism industry and cut state’s ability to finance food imports, leading to higher prices

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Geoeconomics Of The Caspian Sea Region – Analysis

The Caspian Sea region consists of countries with complex economic and political relations. The region is replete with natural resources which mainly determine the economic health of the countries located near the Caspian Sea. The sea is …

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Russia ousts China and USA from South-East Asia

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s much-publicized tagline for the homegrown Sputnik vaccines — “reliable as a Kalashnikov assault rifle” — seems to bear a special connotation for Southeast Asia, …

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