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Ruling party's problems almost entirely rule out the possibility that the party will continue rule the country alone after the next election.
The Kremlin is an arbiter in Kadyrov's dispute with the Russian law enforcement agencies and is thus facing a difficult dilemma.
Turkey’s growing international isolation is a consequence of the country ever more fully subordinating its foreign policy to the ideology of the ruling party.
The failure of the South Stream project has spurred a debate about the expansion of the gas infrastructure in countries of region.
Germany is working on a plan which would allow Greece to remain in the eurozone, even if the government in Athens announces that the country is bankrupt.
Taking over shares of the Latvian carrier marks the beginning of an expansion for Russian Railways on the market of railway transport to Latvian ports.
The measures undertaken by Russia strengthen opponents of the compromise both in Iran and the US.
Moscow’s consent to extend the winter package represents a concession to Ukraine.
The adoption of the de-Communisation laws confirms that Ukrainian authorities attach great importance to the new policy of national memory.
Ashgabat’s actions indicate that it does not see Russia and China as a partners which can guarantee the durability of its interests.