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The purges in the state apparatus which have been underway in Turkey since the failed military coup represent a decisive stage in the construction of a ‘new Turkey’.
European Commission announced its decision setting out the rules for increased utilisation by the Russian gas company Gazprom of the OPAL pipeline.
Immediately after the announcement of the American election results, Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated Donald Trump on his victory.
Posing as an architect of the peace process in Ukraine, Germany has indirectly become a hostage to the success of this process (or the lack of it).
One year has passed since the outbreak of the EU migration crisis which became the basis of unprecedented co-operation between Turkey and the EU.
Sweden, Finland and Denmark have seen a revival of the debate on the Nord Stream 2 project in recent months.
A dispute between EU and China regarding the interpretation of the conditions of Beijing’s accession to the WTO and the future of trade relations.
Developments in the Chinese coal sector have revealed a series of fundamental challenges to the changes in China’s economic model.
Russia has ultimately opted for the strategy of joining a stronger partner instead of choosing the strategy of counterbalancing the rising power of China.
Germany’s stance on strengthening NATO’s eastern flank has evolved over the last two years.