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Have US Sanctions Been Effective? – Analysis

On Thursday, April 15, US President Joe Biden imposed a new round of sanctions against Russia. The Treasury Department blacklisted six Russian technology companies that supported the cyber program run by Russia’s intelligence services. …

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Who's paying for Europe's COVID-related debts?

Germany's Bundestag, the lower house of parliament, has presented a supplementary budget for 2021 which will push new borrowing this year to a record high of €240 billion ($287 billion). This "bold step," said Finance Minister …

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Where Northern Sea Route leads Russia

Russia defines the Northern Sea Route as a shipping lane from the Kara Sea to the Pacific Ocean, specifically running along the Russian Arctic coast from Kara Gates strait between the Barents Sea and the Kara Sea, along Siberia, to the Bering Strait. According to Eurasian Times, Moscow seems to be slowly and steadily playing its geopolitical game in the Arctic, by emphasizing the importance of the accessibility to Arctic ports and further developing the shipping lanes of the Northern Sea Route (NSR), connecting the Pacific and Atlantic.With the active support of China in this game, Russia is now wooing Japan and South Korea, with the obvious aim of weakening the US plans in the construct of the Indo-Pacific

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Russia to bring back its citizens from Turkey

An Operational Headquarters to organize the return of Russians from Turkey to be created, Rosavia informs. It is reported that the Operational Headquarters of the Federal Air Transport Agency will regularly inform the Ministry of …

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Global death toll from COVID-19 exceeds 3 mln

The number of coronavirus-related deaths across the globe has exceeded three million, as follows from TASS calculations on the basis of official statistics and media reports. By now, as many …

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Kyrgyzstan votes for a new constitution. What changes?

There was never any real doubt as to whether or not Kyrgyz voters would approve a new constitution, proposed by the country’s president Sadyr Japarov, in a referendum on April 11. But will it bring stability? As Emerging Europe …

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Konstantin Kurylev: "Zelensky is on a minefield"

The situation in eastern Ukraine remains tense. Everyone seems to be ready for war. On the one hand, Kiev's motives are quite understandable. It wants to take back its territories. On the other hand, theories are being put forward …

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Joe Biden delivers remarks on Russia

U.S. President Joe Biden delivered remarks on the U.S. policy towards Russia in the White House on Thursday. In the first place, he has characterized his recent conversation with Russian leader Vladimir Putin as "candid …

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Exiled Azerbaijanis: "We are ready to live in liberated territories, even in tents."

As a young woman in 1993, Azerbaijani Ramziya Sharifova waded across a river into Iran with her family to escape Armenian forces capturing her village, then watched as they burned it to the ground. Nearly 30 years later, she's finally planning to go home. The 47-year-old librarian is one of the 750,000 Azerbaijanis who fled the Nagorno-Karabakh region in southwestern Azerbaijan and several surrounding districts in the early 1990s

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U.S. slaps new sanctions on Russia

The Biden administration imposed a raft of new sanctions against Moscow on Thursday over alleged election interference and cyberattacks. "Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) …

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Georgian Dream ready for compromise with opposition

Head of the ruling Georgian Dream party Irakli Kobakhidze, who is now holding meetings in the U.S, has stated that the party is ready to take ‘concrete steps to make an agreement’ with opposition parties which have been demanding …

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