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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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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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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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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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Regular negotiations on Syrian crisis settlement in Geneva will be resumed on the 14th of March and last till 23rd of March, declared on Wednesday the Special UN Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura. Negotiations renewal was primarily set for March 9 but consequently it was adjourned for the 14th. The delegation of the Syrian… » 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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Chairman of Luhansk Regional Military and Civil Administration Heorhiy Tuka claimed that the Kremlin’s propaganda masterminds and their proxies in Donbas from the so-called “Luhansk People’s Republic” cynically speculate on the most sensitive values of human culture – the children – in their notorious mind games. “Suddenly, I discovered another facet of a hybrid war,”… » read more

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Unpunished supply of weaponry to ISIS and occupation of neighboring territories works for Kremlin as a fully acceptable and adequate thing, although the most recent trend of its policy is tied up to setting the scenery for progressing paroxysms of chilling nostalgia about the times of sky-rocketing prices for oil, which seems to play as… » read more

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