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The fact that intelligence information has been obtained from Turkey indicates that Germany has applied double standards towards its partners within NATO.
The embargo was intended to serve as an act of retaliation in response to Western sanctions, but it will strongly affect the Russian economy.
The Ukrainian state is facing the most difficult period since it became independent almost exactly 23 years ago.
Russia’s strategic goal regarding Ukraine remains unchanged – the permanent subordination of that country.
The interests of the Russian Church and the Kremlin, which have coincided for years, have now come into conflict.
Orban's speech appears to throw down the gauntlet to the European institutions and Hungary's EU partners.
The Kremlin’s confrontational attitude towards the West means that we cannot expect the sanctions and the economic effects of the deterioration of Russia’s image to alleviate its political course in the short term.
Kyiv’s efforts to bring a swift conclusion to the war in the Donbas stand in contrast with the objectives of Russia.
The decision concerning Moscow’s annexation of Crimea was taken off the cuff, with no calculation of the costs of integrating it with the rest of Russia.