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Germany wants to have more influence than previously on the terms and conditions of arms industry's European consolidation.
The Belarusian government is hoping that this move will help it extend its room for manoeuvre and strengthen its position in relations with Russia.
A further escalation of the crisis should be expected, not only in Macedonia but also in Serbia.
The depreciation of the tenge – even though basically it will have positive effects – will not resolve the huge socio-economic problems.
The main challenge for the Chinese leadership at present is to regain investors’ confidence.
A change of government in the Kremlin, would mean the fall of Kadyrov’s regime, and the reactivation of pro-independence rhetoric in Chechnya.
The crisis in EU-Russia relations over Ukraine has made the two players interested in the Southern Gas Corridor once again.
The revolution and the war in Donbas that followed it have brought about deep changes in the way Ukrainian citizens think about the national community.
Bishkek is hoping that its accession to the EEU will make life easier for Kyrgyz migrant workers in Russia and Kazakhstan.
The destruction of the food seems to be a demonstration of Russia’s determination in its ‘sanctions war’ with the West.