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Unlocking the potential of the northern Iraqi deposits will strengthen Turkey’s position as an essential part of the Kurdistan Region’s economy.
The crisis in Abkhazia is still internal and for the time being cannot be regarded in terms of civilisation and political choices.
The Russian-Ukrainian crisis has changed the perception of Russia in Sweden and contributed to growing concern over the security of the country.
Poroshenko received a very strong mandate, although he is now facing dramatic challenges.
Russia’s annexation of Crimea and destabilization of Ukraine have created a new context for Kazakhstan’s foreign and domestic policy.
Information warfare has a long tradition in Russia. Over the past few years it has been redefined, using geopolitical theory as its foundation.
As regards the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, Hungary will barely be able to maintain its neutral position.
The course and results of the Putin's visit seem to suggest that Russia will have to come to terms with being the ‘junior partner’ of China.
Although Grybauskaite will remain in the lead during the runoff, Social Democrat Balcytis still stands a fair chance of running against her as an equal competitor.
The process of negotiating further subsidies with Moscow proves that Minsk’s room for political manoeuvre is shrinking.