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'18Nov
10

Africa: Agreements That Favour Egypt's Rights to Nile Waters Are an Anachronism

opinionEgypt has historically adopted an aggressive approach to the flow of the River Nile. Cairo considers the Nile a national security matter and statements continue to include threats of military action against...
'18Oct
24

Press review: INF’s fate after Bolton visit and impact of Italy’s closer ties with Russia

US National Security Adviser John Bolton wrapped up his two-day visit to Moscow on Tuesday, and its major outcome was a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Kommersant business daily writes. The visit by...
'18Oct
15

Foreign Ministry: Joining FATF in Iran's interests

Iran will keep working on plans to implement standards set by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said, stressing that Tehran’s interests are being considered in this...
'18Oct
03

U.S. Terminates 1955 'Friendship' Treaty With Iran After UN Court Ruling

The United States says it is canceling a decades-old friendship treaty with Iran after Tehran cited it in an international court case against Washington's sanctions policy. "I'm announcing that the US is...
'18Aug
13

Former Ukrainian President's Case Based on Political Lynching – Lawyer

Sputnik: Hello, today we have in the studio with us Vitaly Serdyuk, attorney of Ukraine's ex-president Viktor Yanukovych. We will discuss some important issues, including the case against the former president for ...
'18Aug
06

Not all successful markets are free

I was dumbfounded. I'd already resigned from the economics faculty at La Trobe University where I was senior tutor in economic history. Plans were well under way to move myself and my life to Canberra, a city I had...
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