Tag Archives: Russia

Pioneering policies

With Britain presently in talks with the EU surrounding their impending exit from the union, it may be increasingly important to    ... more

Speaking of Ukraine

As the political stability and territorial integrity of Ukraine continue to be an active topic for a third year running, some    ... more

Trans-Siberian Express

2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Trans-Siberian railway through Russia. The world’s longest railway, the Trans-Siberian runs across    ... more

The changing role of race

The Democratic Alliance (DA), South African politics main party of opposition, has elected its first black leader in a move that    ... more

An improving relationship

US President Barack Obama has met with Cuban President Raul Castro in what is seen as a key step in the    ... more

Reigniting peace talks

The US Secretary of State, John Kerry, has brought the ongoing situation in Syria back onto his agenda by stating the    ... more

Growing international influence

Loans by Chinese state-owned banks to South American and Caribbean countries rose to £14bn in 2014 according to the China-Latin America    ... more

A delicate truce

The withdrawal of weapons from the frontline by the Ukrainian Army in the East has boosted the outlook for a lasting    ... more

Opportunity for reform

Greece has agreed to submit a preliminary list of economic reforms to its creditors for this morning which may form the    ... more

Plan for reconciliation

The leaders of France, Germany, Ukraine and Russia may meet in Belarus’s capital Minsk to discuss a peace plan for Eastern    ... more

Nuclear deal may change relations

Foreign Ministers from the US, UK, Russia, China, France and Germany have extended the deadline of high-level talks with Iran to    ... more

Diversity takes centre stage

August is a month of great celebrations in the world's largest country, Russia. The farewell to the Summer Festival is celebrated    ... more

The European Union: a guardian for human rights

The European Union may be one of the true safeguards of our democracy. It may be hailed as an example that    ... more

Reform for Russia’s gay rights

Recently, music artist Sir Elton John spoke out about gay rights. Due to the recent debate about gay clergy members being    ... more

Administrative and economical transformation

Ukraine’s new president, Petro Poroshenko, has vowed to make his first goal in office to bring the unrest in the east    ... more

2014 FIFA World Cup draw produces exciting encounters

The 32 teams travelling to Brazil for next summer’s World Cup learned their group stage placements on Friday, and the draw    ... more

Developing groundbreaking nuclear technology

Russia aims to complete construction of the first floating nuclear power plant, The Academic Lomonosov, by the end of 2019. Shipping corporation    ... more