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Syrian Opposition Meeting in Astana Makes Tentative Headway in Finding Way Forward for Peace Process

BY MALIKA ORAZGALIYEVA in EURASIA & WORLD ASTANA – The majority of 30 Syrian opposition figures who met in Astana on May 25-27 issued a joint statement on May 28, in which they appealed for a continued search for political solutions to the lasting conflict in their country. …

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Opening Pandora’s Box: Nationalism May Trigger EU’s Swift Disintegration

The “temptation of nationalism” may trigger EU member states to seek independence from Brussels and eventually “repatriate power” to their capitals, dealing a lethal blow to the European Union’s system, Stratfor notes.  According a forecast by Stratfor, a private US intelligence company, a loss of economic prosperity within the EU accompanied …

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People Alienated From Society Fall Victim to ISIL Propaganda

An ethnologist at Viadrina University in Frankfurt, Werner Schiffauer says that the victims of ISIL jihadist group propaganda are often people alienated from the society.  MOSCOW (Sputnik), Anna Liatsou — The victims of ISIL jihadist group propaganda are often people alienated from the society, an ethnologist at Viadrina University in Frankfurt (Oder), Werner …

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Tony Blair Joins European Council on Tolerance After Leaving Madrid Quartet

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair reportedly has been appointed chairman of the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation.  MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has been appointed chairman of the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation, about a week after he announced his resignation as Middle East Quartet representative, …

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P5+1, Iran to Hold Plenary Meeting on Tehran’s Nuclear Program

International mediators and Iran are expected to hold a plenary meeting in Vienna on Thursday to continue elaborating the deal on Tehran’s nuclear program.  VIENNA (Sputnik) — Diplomats from China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany and Iran met for another round of talks in the Austrian capital on Wednesday. The …

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Can Nigeria Finally Turn the Corner? Africa’s largest economy ranks among the hardest places to do business

By The Globalist Today, Muhammadu Buhari became the country’s new president. The former General has dutifully pledged to crack down on corruption and inefficiencies as a top priority. His ability and determination to follow through on this pledge will matter greatly to the people of Africa’s most populous nation. …

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