Monthly Archives: "March 2016"

Putin’s interest in Ukraine (some could call it paranoia) has a theoretical background in one of the most famous American foreign policy books: “The Grand Chessboard” by Zbigniew Brzezinski. The author specifically pointed out that...

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A bomb-car attack happened again in Ankara, the capital city of Turkey, on Sunday evening, killing at least 34 people (in the first instance, their number being 37 at this time) and wounding around 125....

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Reports coming in from Tunisia claim that at least 26 people have been killed on the Tunisian-Libyan border. Monday morning there were clashes between the Tunisian border police and unidentified gunmen. The armed group attacked...

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Turkey’s Kurdish militants have launched a rocket attack and used a car bomb near the Syrian border, in the city of Nusaybin, province of Mardin. The victims were two police officers, while another 35 people...

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Over the past decades, one of the hallmarks of the European Union’s success story was overcoming differences of interests and viewpoints, managing to develop within its diverse profile. Why did the EU find this task...

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