Media Watch

'18Dec
16

(DF) President Radev: "Jordan Is a Very Important Partner in the Middle East"

President Radev: "Jordan Is a Very Important Partner in the Middle East" 16 December 2018 / 19:30 December 16 (BTA special correspondent Asen Boyadjiev) - Bulgarian...
'18Oct
05

Coveney sets out Ireland’s stall at UN

  Ireland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Simon Coveney, delivered Ireland’s address to the recent opening of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. His speech enunciated Ireland’s views on a...
'18Oct
05

The awkward squad: Czech-Polish cooperation on a different EU vision

Stay in the EU or leave? According to experts, for Poland and the Czech Republic, it is important to remain in the EU, despite widespread Euroscepticism in both countries.Czech and Polish visions for the future of...
'18Sep
09

South Sudan troubled history in the backdrop of the ongoing peace process

By Deng VanangThe role of history in politics and everyday life including medicine, tells us how problems start and why they continuously repeat themselves if not attended to correctly, especially in South Sudan....
'18Aug
20

Dutton as Prime Minister? Coalition cannot be serious

What the Liberal Party apparently fails to realise is that the head that they barely keep above water these days is Malcolm Turnbull’s – he remains popular despite his failings. He struggles to swim because of the...
'18Aug
20

Dutton as Prime Minister? Coalition cannot be serious

What the Liberal Party apparently fails to realise is that the head that they barely keep above water these days is Malcolm Turnbull’s – he remains popular despite his failings. He struggles to swim because of the...
'18May
06

Ethiopia-Eritrea conflict, 20 years on: Brothers still at war

The Ethiopian-Eritrean War of 1998-2000 erupted 20 years ago today, when the two countries went to war over the scrubby and desolate plains of Badime that are hardly useful for anything. Prime Minister Meles Zenawi...
'18May
04

Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Kotzias’ interview with Alexis Papachelas on SKAI TV’s “Istories” (Tuesday, 1 May 2018)

A. PAPACHELAS: Good evening ladies and gentlemen, I’m Alexis Papahelas. Welcome to Istories. Tonight we have the pleasure and honour of having the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Kotzias with us here in our...
'18Apr
20

The Darfur issue remains in oblivion

By Mahmoud A. SuleimanThe victims and survivors of the atrocious crimes in the Darfur region where very few in the world cares for their plight continue feeling trapped, no way out but at the same time wish they...
'18Apr
07

The hard right and its threats to democratic liberalism

28 March 2018, Germany, Berlin: Olaf Scholz, Federal Minister of Finance (SPD), and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) attend a cabinet meeting at the Federal Chancellery. Gregor Fischer/Press Association. All...

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