With temperatures rapidly dropping and the European summer almost over, politicians in European capitals and Brussels are rightly asking themselves the question: What if Russia turns off the gas supply to Europe?
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday that Russia would not isolate its sanctions-hit economy from the West but said improving relations with Asian countries has become a key strategy.
London's Wembley Stadium will host the final and semi-finals of the 2020 European football championship, which will exceptionally be held in 13 different countries, UEFA boss Michel Platini announced Friday.
As the Europa League starts its 48-team group phase on Sept. 18, Turkey’s Beşiktaş is preparing to host Asteras Tripoli, a first ever Greek match-up for the Istanbul side.
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
Exactly last year, at around this time, just as the European Commission was about to release its progress report on Turkey, we found out that the Commission’s envoy in Ankara, Jean Maurice Ripert, had been appointed as France’s new ambassador to Moscow.
Erdoğan has signaled no change to his tone as president, again slamming last year’s Gezi protests while also declaring a bank affiliated with the Gülen movement bankrupt
Kyiv accused Moscow on Sept. 18 of massing its troops in annexed Crimea on the Ukraine border, rattling nerves just as President Petro Poroshenko prepared to meet US counterpart Barack Obama.
An increasing number of nuclear power projects in developing countries have given a boost to demand for firms from the developed world but questions over cost and safety continue to linger
Russia’s Vladimir Putin has hit out at the West over their sanctions, claiming they have thrown out the trade rulebook in dealing with the Kremlin
Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
NASA will partner with Boeing and SpaceX to build commercially owned and operated "space taxis" to fly astronauts to the International Space Station, ending U.S. dependence on Russia for rides, officials said on Tuesday.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Sept. 16 formally submitted to parliament a bill offering limited self-rule for the country's separatist east.
An Olympic rhythmic gymnastics champion, rumoured to be Russian President Vladimir Putin's lover, has been appointed the head of a powerful pro-Kremlin media group.
The Ukrainian parliament on Tuesday ratified a landmark EU pact that decisively steers the former Soviet state towards the West and away from Russian influence.
Turkish Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci met on Sept. 16 with his Russian counterpart to discuss opportunities for Ankara to meet Moscow’s needs amid the latter’s trade war with the West.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
'Our non-ally in Ankara' was the title of a Wall Street Journal editorial on Sept. 15, with a subtitle stating: 'Turkey bugs out of the anti-ISIS coalition. Why not a base in Kurdistan?'
Chaos in Libya is threatening to destabilize the Sahel region, a development which would have grave implications for European security. France has taken the lead in raising the alarm
The first Caucasian Mathematics Conference (CMC), held in Tbilisi, was certainly not a center of public attention. There, mathematicians of the Caucasus gathered to provide 'joint research, science and values'
Several waves of Western sanctions against Moscow for its involvement in the Ukraine crisis have limited access to foreign capital for Russia's largest banks and key oil companies
Russian mobile firms face being squeezed out of Ukraine after Kiev signaled it would favor European companies in future airwave auctions to curb Moscow’s influence in the country
Ukraine is 'still in a state of war' with neighboring Russia despite a cease-fire between Kiev's forces and Moscow-backed rebels in the east, the country's prime minister says
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