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Middle East: Once the "Disturbing News" is over

Written by  |  Thursday, 11 December 2014 14:26  |  Published in ME politics

Middle East and its political developments have always offered a range of different political analysis and interpretations. Proxy wars, sectarian conflicts, uprisings, military coups, terrorism; it never stops.

Is Transnistria the new Crimea?

Written by  |  Sunday, 26 October 2014 15:24  |  Published in Europe politics

On October 18, Moldova suspended the broadcasts of Russian TV stations. This is not the first time in recent months that Moldova clashes with Russia. The reason isn't other than the Transnistria dispute

Soviet signs are still of common use in Transnistria

Far beyond the borders: Defending Rojava's silent revolution in Kobanê

Written by  |  Tuesday, 07 October 2014 02:00  |  Published in ME politics

While thousands of refugees are desperately calling for further involvement and support from the international community, Kobanê, is resisting a ferocious siege by Islamic State (IS)

Ukrainian Crisis: Future Suspended

Written by  |  Tuesday, 22 April 2014 17:18  |  Published in Europe politics

The antigovernment protests in Kiev finally culminated in a coup d'etat which toppled the Ukrainian government. But what was happening in the capital was far different from the real challenges that Ukraine was facing at the time

Nicaragua: Copying the Model of Dictatorship

Written by  |  Monday, 14 April 2014 09:31  |  Published in Americas politics

The National Assembly of Nicaragua approved a reform to the Constitution that allows indefinite reelections of President. As a result, President Ortega will be able to run in 2016 elections for his 4th presidential period

Chavismo: A Year After Chavez

Written by  |  Wednesday, 26 March 2014 07:15  |  Published in Americas politics

March 5th, was the first anniversary of Hugo Chavez's death, whom his followers call the “Eternal Commander”. A lot has been said about his legacy, and a year after his death, we can analyze it according to what is happening in Venezuela these days

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