Lacking a clear strategy for their involvement in the Middle East, Washington is forced to play second fiddle to its “allies”. Trump’s administration’s bold claims against the 2015 Iran nuclear accords and Iran in general only stir up the anti-Iranian block in the region. The conflict is developing in its own way, with the conflicting sides immersed so deep that it proves more and more difficult for them to stop even if they wanted to. 

 

 

Analyst: “…we expect that far right, anti-immigrant parties will continue to make gains in European elections, which will gradually work towards Putin’s advantage in attempting to get sanctions relaxed in EU legislative bodies.”

 

 

In just the last few days, Vladimir Putin seems to have managed a performance so convincing that Donald Trump actually believed Putin’s claimed innocence of meddling in the U.S. presidential elections. Putin may fool Trump – at least temporarily – but we don’t believe anyone in Ukraine is going to be buying Putin’s rather peculiar ideas of what an acceptable Donbas peacekeeping plan might be. 

 

Analyst: We believe the “People’s Front is hoping to win a dozen or so single-mandate districts (assuming the election law isn’t amended). However, this strategy has enormous downside risk. The 2019 elections are likely to be the end of the People’s Front party.”

The top seeds saw off Italy to take the sabre world title on the final day of the IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Championships.

 

 

Russian president Vladimir Putin attends the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation meeting in Danang, Vietnam.

Photo taken on April 19, 2016 shows a doll with a gas mask in a deserted school in Pripyat city near Chernobyl, Ukraine. (Xinhua/Dai Tianfang)

UBO: This move by Ford and Chinese interests is strong evidence that hybrid and all-electric automobiles will play an increasingly important – perhaps even dominant – role in our automotive future. We believe it also raises some interesting possibilities and challenges for Ukraine. Some of the largest Ukrainian automotive interests have prospered by “bolt-together” assembly operations, i.e. plants that use foreign-made sub-assemblies to produce complete automobiles in-country. Now is the time that those in government – and those who want to be in government – should be asked some probing questions about what they are doing to foster upgrades to our tax and labor standards to assure that Ukraine is not left behind in this time of rapid technological change.

Cloud computing has come a long way since its inception in 2007.

Thousands of nationalists marched through the streets of Warsaw in a rally organized by far-right groups. The march has become the largest Independence Day event in recent years, overshadowing official state events.

 

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