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The State Duma responds to Ukraine’s plans to make the Crimean theme a “hell”...

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The statement of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmitry Kuleba about the intention to make the topic of Crimea "hellish" for Russia...

Ukrainian Foreign Minister breaks with the “Russian world” finally

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Ukraine has finally broken with the "Russian world" and will continue on its way as part of the West. This was stated by the...

The Western Balkans is the center of geopolitical competition

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Philip Reeker, a senior US State Department official, is convinced that the administration of President Joe Biden will remain committed to the partnership with...
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Future Secretary of State says that America is the hope for the planet

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US President-elect Joe Biden has announced the first members of his cabinet to take office on January 21 next year. The first appointments focused on...
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Will Biden avoid escalating Cold War between US and China – Bloomberg

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Since last year, there have been thoughts that China and the United States have already started a Cold War. American President Donald Trump was...
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Russia’s strategic victory in Nagorno-Karabakh could bring trouble to Ukraine

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Russian President Vladimir Putin appears to have achieved a significant victory this week in Nagorno-Karabakh, which can change the geopolitical balance in the entire...
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US Elections – Who Will Run US Diplomacy Under the Biden Administration

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US President-elect Joe Biden began the transition and process of forming a new administration... The American newspaper The News York Times has named three...
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US Election Have Same Important for Iranians Compared to Americans

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The 2020 United States presidential election will have a direct relationship to Iran's economic situation in the future. Iranians have disappointed to solve problems...
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Germany ready to mend relations with the US

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It is not every day that the Defense Minister of a major NATO ally proposes a new course in transatlantic relations, emotionally expressing his...
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8 South Asian Groups Write Letter Supporting Friedrich’s Hindutva Research

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Letter issued to Democratic National Committee to repudiate Hindu American Foundation’s attacks. I am humbled and deeply touched by the outpouring of support as eight...

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