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Happy End on Macedonia

WEBPUBLICA – New York – As he was hinting during a couple of weeks process Prime-Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras delivered a significant political victory by providing a simple majority in Parliament in Athens in full support for Prespa Agreement for accepting the change of name of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to the Republic [...]

German-Franch Pact

WEBPUBLICA (New York) – As an example to the rest of Europe, the new – some described as follow-up pact to the Elysee Treaty became the latest gesture of friendship between France and Germany. The new bilateral pact pledges deeper cooperation between the two nations and paves the way for EU reforms. And those were [...]

BREXIT – The End Game

(WEBPUBLICA) New York – The Brexit saga reaches its peak on Tuesday when the UK parliament votes on Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal with the EU. If she loses she could be out of a job. Rob Mudge looks at the vote and what could happen next, DW ‘Deutsche Welle) reported.

What are MPs voting on?
The [...]

Where’s Putin’s Mojo

By Steve Gutrerman – He’s been in power for as long as many Russians can remember. He carried the last presidential election with nearly 77 percent of the vote. And his country commands such attention abroad that its cartoon about a little girl and her bear buddy has been cast by some in the West [...]

Russia is Menace to Balkan

By David Phillips - Russia is aggrieved by the West’s growing influence in the Balkans, and Kosovo in particular. Despite historic ties between Russia and Serbia, and a shared Slavic and Orthodox Christian heritage, Russia was too weak economically and militarily to oppose NATO’s intervention in 1999, which culminated in Kosovo’s independence.
Today, however, Russia is resurgent. [...]

Europe’s Most Polluted

By Alan Crosby and Ajla Obradović (RFE) SARAJEVO – Erduana Smailbegovic Dzaferi meticulously lays out the pills, syrups, liquids, and equipment that she fears have become a regular part of her life, as well as the lives of many other Sarajevo residents, once winter rolls in.
As she does so, her child lies in bed, coughing [...]

Europe Without Merkel

By  Bernd Riegert (DW) - Many EU member states did not agree with her refugee policies, others criticized her austerity stance. Brussels now regards Angela Merkel’s step-by-step withdrawal as a chance for new beginnings, says DW’s Bernd Riegert.

For many observers in Brussels, the twilight of Angela Merkel’s chancellorship in Berlin, which has now begun with her decision not to [...]

Ukrainian Church Recognized

(WEBPUBLICA) New York - Ukrainian Orthodox Church‘s split from Moscow has been approved by the Fener Greek Patriarchate on Oct. 11 after years of heated debates between Istanbul, Moscow and Kiev, Turkish Hurriyet Daily News reported.
The decision was made during a meeting held at the Fener Greek Patriarchate in Istanbul, a bishop said.
Metropolitan Emmanuel of France told the media the Ukrainian church’s request for independence was approved.
The move was [...]

Merkel To Be or Not To Be

By Ben Knight (DW) – Once again, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is facing predictions that her “era” is over. But in the short-term, the main thing she will have to change is her relations with her own Christian Democratic Union (CDU).


The defeat of Angela Merkel’s long-time ally Volker Kauder as leader of her parliamentary party group has been [...]

Hungary Against Reffugees

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) – Hungary is starving some rejected asylum-seekers in transit zones to force them to drop their appeals. Human rights groups worry the policy implemented this month could expand, DW (Deutsche Welle) reported quoting other news agencies.
Hungary’s denial of food to some rejected asylum-seekers in transit camps is an attempt to force them to Serbia without [...]

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