Monthly Archives: "March 2014"

The Ukrainian crisis could influence the foreign policies of Asia-Pacific states in several ways. This analysis will try to explain in what way international relations between China, Japan, Russia and the United States could be...

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Supporters of Mohammed Morsi connected to the Muslim Brotherhood faced a severe court decision in Egypt on Monday. Roughly 529 members of the aforementioned organization were sentenced to death and the charges against them included...

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Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that a Syrian military jet was shot down on March 23, as it was perceived to have violated Turkish airspace. The context of the announcement was one preceding...

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An attempt of Boko Haram Islamist militants to free their prisoners converted recently into a bloody attack resulted in several deaths, in Borno state capital, Maiduguri. The Islamists’ aim was to free their colleagues from...

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Egyptian Panel accused pro-Morsi protesters for the hundreds of deaths shot by military forces at a Cairo camp, last August. Last August, Egypt declared a month-long state of emergency and international leaders appealed to Egypt...

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Israeli officials claim to have seized a ship in the Red Sea, close to Port Sudan on Wednesday, which was allegedly transporting Syrian-made weapons from Iran in support of the Palestinian fighters in the Gaza...

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Starting with the beginning of this year China announced the expansion of its Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ), in the South China Sea. Sources say that this plan was made before or in the same...

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During her first trip to Iran, EU head of foreign policy said that there is ‘no guarantee’ that negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program will result in a comprehensive final accord. “This interim agreement...

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The failure of the Geneva II Peace Conference on Syria to alter the reality of the Syrian Civil War and offer a glimmer of hope that peace may be in sight may have been a...

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Multiple car-bombs attack in Baghdad resulted in the killing of 14 people and wounding 39 other. UN declares that the situation of the country is in its worst situation since 2008. Wednesday (06.03.2014) several bomb...

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