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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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The North American Indians have the inventive method of bear hunting. They hang heavy cobblestone to the tree bough, spread honey over it, then wait until the bear smells out the delicacy, and come out to lick honey from the stone. The stone begins to swing. The annoyed bear needs to make more and more… » read more

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Upon annexation of Crimea and start of armed hostilities in Donbas, the number of victims of terrorist attacks in peaceful Europe has dramatically increased. Within 11 years until 2014, the year when Russia annexed Crimea and unleashed war in the East of Ukraine, 5 terrorist attacks alone took place in Europe, meanwhile within the past… » read more

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The day following the primaries of the Democratic Party having taken place in Iowa, statements of one of the most probable presidential nominee from the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton, about Vladimir Putin made a real scoop within the framework of international political community. Firstly Mrs. Clinton called Putin a hooligan who would grab as much… » read more

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The Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) will be held on October, 16-17, in Milano (Italy). German Federal Chancellor, British Prime-minister, Presidents of Ukraine and France confirmed their participation at the forum. Russian Prime-minister Medvedev was declared as a participant but at the very last moment President Putin announced his arrival to Milano. Russians also confirmed that Putin… » read more

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In April 2014, the District Court of Kaliningrad (Russia) decided to ban the construction of a mosque in the southern city park. The judge granted the prosecutor’s claim, thereby recognizing the illegal administration of Kaliningrad permission to build the mosque. This decision caused outrage in the Muslim community of the city that was not surprising,… » 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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The global community actively discusses a financial aid to Ukraine. The issue of financial aid to Ukraine was one of the topical at the G-20 summit in Sydney. Ukrainian issue stirred up all international politicians. Such a potential grantors of Ukraine as the EU, the USA and the IMF expressed willingness to help Ukraine. The… » read more

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Sanctions are sanctions, but 18th St.-Petersburg international economic forum will take place in all political weather. Moreover, president Putin will arrive at the Forum, for whom the action will become the Rubicon for presentation of Russia on international scene. Despite the threats of USA and Europe to apply once again a new package of rigid… » read more

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