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According to the latest sociological surveys, held in Russia, citizen’s confidence in state authorities is falling. The interesting fact is that the Russians’ 74-percent support of President stands in stark contrast with 20-30-percent support of the government, Federation Council and State Duma. Meanwhile, the negative tendencies permanently strengthen in comparison with previous years when Putin’s… » read more

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On October, 7th a film “Volyn” produced by Wojciech Smarzowski hit the screens in Poland. This movie deals with one of the most difficult historical periods of the Polish history. The director himself has noticed that the film is recondite. “However it is very essential, especially in terms of reconciliation between Poland and Ukraine”, –… » read more

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It cost much effort two years ago for the chancellor Angela Merkel to force German business to put up with the political decision about Germany’s involvement in sanctions against Russia. Russia was in fact an important trade partner for Germany. The total business volume between two countries by the year 2014 reached nearly 80 billion… » read more

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En dépit des déclarations sur la nécessité de lever les sanctions de la Russie qui sont retenties de la part de l’Italie, l’Autriche, la Grèce, le Chypre, l’Hongrie, et la Slovaquie, la position commune de l’UE à l’égard de ce sujet demeure immuable, au moins pour une demi-anné prochaine. Toutefois le fait que la France,… » read more

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For a long period of time Albania has remained the most isolated European state. It suffered from the totalitarian regime to the fullest, and that’s after-effect still is not completely overcome. Nevertheless, Albania is insistently moving towards European integration and puts out considerable efforts to draw closer the EU accession. For 17 years Albania has… » read more

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As Eastern Europe continues to destabilize, with Russian troops massing on the border of Ukraine, the Obama administration appears completely flummoxed by Vladimir Putin’s aggression. The use of sanctions, as many predicted, has proven completely ineffective in checking Russian power, and it seems inevitable that Ukraine will once again become a Russian state. While it’s… » read more

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Harsh increases in the personnel of the Russian armed forces in the peninsula, redeployment of the materiel, start of the military exercises are nothing but the evidences in favor of the second presumption. In the course of the 2 years’ time span following the annexation of Crimea, the actions of the Russian officials attest that… » read more

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Middle East is shrouded by flames of fire, fear, and the construction of a new ideal world called Caliphate. All because of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Many European countries, Middle East states and USA are involved in the fight against an unrecognised state. And Russia recently joined them. Each state mentioned… » read more

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Though I’m not a graphologist, I’d like to tell something about handwriting, handwriting that led to hundreds of deaths. And even more of them may come if the mad writer will not be stopped. The sixth anniversary of the Smolensk catastrophe is looming. There were a lot gossips whether it was an accident or not.… » read more

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Two events have been highlighted by world media in March 22. Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko was sentenced to 22 years. Trial finished mostly predictably, so there’s no need to discuss it. Even though the main tragical event of Tuesday was terrorist attack in the heart of Europe – Brussels. This tragedy is a incredible in… » read more

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