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The escalation of the Turkish-Kurdish conflict brings about a situation in which the government’s authority is illusory in numerous places in southern Turkey.
Both Poroshenko and Kolomoyskyi are satisfied with the premiership of Yatsenyuk, who is an unpopular politician, and thus not a threat.
Germany wants to show that it does not accept any of the ECB’s actions aimed at supporting eurozone member states unless it has first been consulted.
The migration crisis and security issues are among the main topics of the campaign leading up to the parliamentary election scheduled for 5 March 2016.
The EU’s positive decision to open negotiation chapters was caused by Serbia’s more constructive policy towards its neighbouring countries.
Turkmenistan’s decision to start work on the TAPI is a product of its failure to diversify its natural gas exports.
The IMF’s decision from 8 December is of great importance for Ukraine, which is in a very difficult financial situation.
Changing the constitution will preserve the oligarchic political system in Armenia.
There is a very high risk that the crisis between Ankara and Baghdad – and in practice the crisis between Turkey vs. Iran and Russia.
The optimistic budget parameters indicate its political and propaganda function.