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The new act is part of the Russian government’s increasingly repressive domestic policies.
The high stakes in the election have made the rivalry between the ruling AKP and the other parties especially bitter.
Slovakia has no chance of maintaining its traditional role as a key route for Russian gas to Western Europe.
Since 2002 Turkey has seen a replacement of the state’s elites, a real change of the political system and a redefinition of the state identity.
Germany’s favourable stance on the quota scheme is a new element in the country’s asylum policy. Berlin has previously been opposed to it.
At present an attempt to find a compromise solution to the political crisis does not seem very likely.
Russia is trying to use the Central Asia's leaders fear to increase its influence in the area of security in the region.
Kyiv wants to put pressure on foreign lenders to agree to the restructuring and partial waiver of its debt.
In recent weeks, Russia has stepped up its diplomatic activity on Ukraine.
The authors of the Russian Federation's military doctrine have outlined the concept of information warfare.