The Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine hopes that foreign partners will contribute to strengthening the foundations of competitive democracy in Ukraine.
In an interview with Ukrainian news agency Interfax-Ukraine, the deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Mr. Ruslan Demchenko, said they believed the [Read more]
The United States recognized that Turkmenistan has made some progress in areas such as the registration of the Catholic Church, and the new amendments to the criminal code that provide, for instance, for new penalties against those who engage in trafficking in persons.
... John Tefft is more likely to alarm the Ukrainians. After all, he was the ambassador to Georgia when Saakashvili attacked South Ossetia.
<b>Russia will significantly cool off Iran’s nuclear zeal if it makes a deal with the U.S.</b>
With Barack Obama’s arrival at the White House, the U.S. is looking for new ways to solve disagreements with Russia - its most important foreign opponent and a partner at the same time. Trouble in Washington and [Read more]
America has taken an important step towards becoming a true democracy. A not-very-advanced country (to put it mildly), which abolished slavery later than the Russian Empire abolished serfdom, will at long last get a black president. Indeed, it has come a long way from Uncle Toms Cabin to Barack Obama! Civil War [Read more]
The new U.S. president Barack Obama will try to show voters that hes in no way worse than his predecessor, and is not afraid of Russia.
This prediction was made by a Ukrainian political analyst, Viktor Nebozhenko, at a press conference in Kiev.
Nebozhenko said, Russia will present a fundamental problem for Obama, [Read more]