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The seizure of Crimea by Russian forces has provided an early strategic advantage to President Vladimir Putin in his tug of war match with Western leaders
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According to a report in The New York Times, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said of Russian leader Vladimir Putin that 'she was not sure he was in touch with reality' and was 'living in another world'
Both NATO and the EU are increasing pressure on Russia and Ukraine's former pro-Kremlin rulers
Hopefully, commentators arguing that the Crimean Peninsula’s case is different from those of Abkhazia and Ossetia will be proven right.
US President Barack Obama said Moscow was on the
'wrong side of history' in Europe's worst standoff since the Cold War
Russia's central bank raised its main interest rate to 7.0 percent from 5.50 percent as the ruble plunged to historic new lows against the dollar amid concerns over a Russian intervention in Ukraine
Ukraine mobilised for war and called up its reserves, after Russian President Vladimir Putin threatened to invadethe country
A possible partition of Ukraine will also affect Georgia, Moldova and Belarus, FM Davutoğlu said
Armed men took control of two airports in Crimea in what Ukraine's government described as an invasion by Russian forces
It’s like a scene from a movie about a people’s revolution in a fabled country, except the deaths on the streets are too real.
President Vladimir Putin ordered an urgent drill to test the combat readiness of the armed forces across western Russia
The Kars-Tbilisi-Baku railway project between Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia will enter into service in the second half of 2015
Fatih Terim's men will therefore have the tough task of getting payback against the team that crushed its slim World Cup chances
Muammar Gaddafi rewarded our prime minister; he was lynched. Hosni Mubarak hugged our President; they have caged him.
Foreign Minister Davutoğlu has refuted reports that suggested Turkey would soon open its borders with Armenia
The world energy industry needs around $37 trillion over the next two decades for new greenfield projects and to upgrade existing energy infrastructure.
Georgia will be able to keep its currency stable even though it may be hit by fallout from financial problems in nearby Turkey and Ukraine, its economy minister said.
The European Union has asked Turkey to contribute to a military mission to help end sectarian unrest in the Central African Republic, a Turkish official said Sunday.
Turkey is set to consider a request by the EU to deploy troops to the Central African Republic as part of a union-wide effort to halt ethnic strife in the country
At least 17 prison inmates in Georgia were hospitalised on Monday with self-inflicted stab wounds as a larger protest over alleged mistreatment rocked the ex-Soviet state's penal system