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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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The Association agreement (AA) between the EU and Ukraine is an international treaty, which includes political provisions (non-binding in most cases) and trade provisions (the so-called “Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement”, or DCFTA). The DCFTA is Title IV, ie. one part of the Association Agreement. The EU has many different agreements with a large… » read more

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A decline in courage

Maja Kocijančič, Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy of the EU led by High Representative/Vice-President Catherine Ashton, said that by end of September European Union is going to consider easing of sanctions against Russia As soon as Putin started to imitate the visibility of termination of active military actions in Eastern Ukraine we are… » read more

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Further escalation of an armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine and killing of 298 passengers of Malaysian Boeing, finally, induced both the United States and the European Union, as well as a number of other countries – such as Japan and Australia – to abandon unproductive anti-Kremlin rhetoric and punish those responsible by harsher economic sanctions.… » read more

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Recently, the media scene is excited by news about Russian President Putin’s intentions to conduct the manual rotation of the government. There was even a leak to the press concerning supposedly intercepted Putin’s private conversation with notorious Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, owner of London Chelsea FC. It is to be recalled that in mid-June, some… » read more

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  Top management of several European companies plans to hold private meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum scheduled for May 22-24. It was quite expected that in spite of Western sanctions CEOs of energy companies would be among other representatives of big European businesses wishing to hold a… » read more

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On 29April the US administration announced an initiation of the third round of economic sanctions against Russia. It’s anticipated they hit the major sectors of Russian economy after the most influential Russian top-managers and business owners have been banned from doing business in the U.S. It is also expected that the EU will join its… » read more

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At the end of February of this year the EU leaders in reply to changing of State power in Ukraine promised to give financial help, aimed at financial system stabilization and different investment projects realization directed on development of the country economy. Then Elmar Brok, chairman of the EP Committee on Foreign Affairs announced a… » read more

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