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To the west of Eurasia lays Europe, a region predisposed to division. It is surrounded on nearly all sides by islands and peninsulas that make it difficult for Europe to cohere. Europe is a continent riven by pockets of distinct cultures whose differences are all too often irreconcilable.

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Nord Stream 2 AG requests permit for construction in German waters

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BERLIN, February 22. /TASS/. Nord Stream 2 AG, the project operator of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, has filed a request to the German federal navigation and hydrographic authority...
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Who needs to rejoin JCPOA?

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In a Friday interview with CBS that was aired on Sunday, Biden said the U.S. will not lift sanctions first in order to get Iran back to the negotiating...
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Japan’s PM seeks to continue talks with Russia based on Singapore agreements

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TOKYO, February 7. /TASS/. Japan plans to continue talks on a peace treaty with Russia on the basis of the high-level agreements reached in Singapore back in 2018, Japanese...

Austrian Health Ministry evaluates possibility of using Sputnik V vaccine

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Austria currently can satisfy its own needs for a vaccine against the novel coronavirus but is ready to research the possibility of using additional preparations if such are registered...
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France asks Germany to halt construction of Nord Stream 2 over jailing of Navalny,...

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A senior French politician has urged Berlin to cancel the construction of the almost-complete Russo-German Nord Stream 2 offshore gas pipeline over the detention of opposition figure Alexey Navalny.The...
The Yugoslav city of Novi Sad on fire in 1999 (photo Darko Dozet)

Forgotten Aggression on Yugoslavia: Goals, Consequences and Lessons

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by Vladimir GujanicicThis spring we are marking the twentieth anniversary of almost forgotten 78-day aggression against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, more precisely today’s Serbia and Montenegro. The US-led...
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Operation Gomorrah – WW2 Could Have Ended Two Years Earlier, But It Didn’t –...

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    By Vladimir Gujaničić – When talking about World War II, alternative history and possible outcomes are an unavoidable topic. Delays in military operations, “wrong” decisions of both sides are...
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Greece to purchase 18 Rafale warplanes from France amid rising tension with Turkey

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The French Minister of Armed Forces, Florence Parly, will travel to Athens on Monday to sign a contract to sell 18 Rafale fighter jets to Greece, which is facing...
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Lavrov points out UK’s double standards in regard to the Falkland Islands, Crimea

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London’s dissenting approaches to the situation with the Falkland Islands and the Crimean Peninsula is a display of double standards, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Monday. "There is such...
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France to deploy aircraft carrier to eastern Mediterranean

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Paris announced that the French aircraft carrier, the Charles de Gaulle, will carry out during the first half of this year a mission in the eastern Mediterranean and in...
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Syrian FM demands US pay compensation for ‘heavy damage’ to the country

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Damascus demanded that the American administration “compensate for the heavy damage and heavy losses inflicted by the American aggression and occupation against the Syrian...
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Norway to allow U.S. military to build on its soil in new accord

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Norway, which shares a short border with giant neighbour Russia, said on Friday it has signed a revised agreement with the United States on...
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Dmitry Peskov: Russia sets no preconditions for Putin-Biden summit

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Russian President Vladimir Putin set no preconditions for the presidential summit, proposed by his US counterpart Joe Biden during the recent phone call, Kremlin...

Production of the Russian vaccine Sputnik V started in Serbia

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The Torlak Institute has started the production of the Russian vaccine Sputnik V in Serbia, the Russian Fund for Direct Investments announced on its...

US to announce sanctions on Russia over hacking, election meddling

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The United States will announce sanctions against Russia on Thursday in retaliation for alleged election interference and hacking, American media reported. Tensions have escalated between...