In 2003, before the Iraq War, the Bush administration was able to create the coalition of the willing as many CEE nations were on board. How much you would say it was a result of Washington’s pressure and how much it was a genuine support?
Belarus orders Sweden to close its embassy after the teddy bear attack. EU ambassadors in Brussels will meet tomorrow (10 August), in response to the expulsion of Swedish diplomats.
A few comments by Andreas Umland, Senior Lecturer in Political Science, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
The International Court of Justice said Kosovo’s declaration of independence from Serbia in 2008 did not break international law.
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According to Czech Military Intelligence Agency belong the activities of the Russian intelligence agencies on the Czech soil to the riskiest considering the security environment in Czech Rep.
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The Second World War ended in Europe 65 years ago, on May 8, 1945. The Soviet Army was everywhere in the Central and Easter Europe and the Cold War was knocking on the door.
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