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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Parliamentary elections in Germany have resulted in the fourth consecutive victory of Chancellor Angela Merkel. The Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has apparently lost considerable support and received the second worst result in elections since 1949.
Referendums are beginning to become a mechanism for governments to try solving controversial issues in societies.
The Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE) was signed in Paris on Nov. 19, 1990.
North Korea’s determination to pursue its policy of becoming a nuclear power continues to endanger world peace. When Kim Jong-un’s photos appeared in the international press jubilating his country’s latest test of an alleged hydrogen bomb, the international community condemned North Korea for its “unlawful, irresponsible and adventurous” behavior.
Yesterday Paris hosted a mini-summit to discuss Europe’s most important current problem, the migrant issue. Four continental powers - France, Germany, Italy and Spain - were the European participants. France, hosting the summit, also invited the leaders of Chad, Niger and Libya to discuss the matter.
Turkey’s relations with the west are going through its most serious test in history
The decision of the British people on June 23, 2016 to leave the European Union is still a matter of discussion within the United Kingdom.
Sustainability in world peace requires non-confrontational and reasonably harmonious relations between great powers.
Since 1980, Russia celebrates its Navy Day on the last Sunday of July. Navy Day in Russia was established in 1939.
The terms “conflict” and “dispute” are often used interchangeably. A more scholarly and academic approach, however, argues that there is a difference between the two. Australian diplomat and academic John Burton has contributed to a better understanding of this difference by developing “conflict resolution” as an academic discipline
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