Archive - Oct 26, 2012


At least six non-NATO countries have agreed to support Alliance’s new mission in Afghanistan since 2015


NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen reaffirmed a new NATO led mission in Afghanistan beginning in 2015, reported Silk Road Newsline. READ MORE

Romney and Obama talk Iran, nuclear program at debates


President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney wrapped up a series of defining debates on Monday night with a bristling exchange over America's place in the world, and other important issues, one of which was Iran and its disputed nuclear program, NY Times reported. READ MORE

Kazakh President to visit Czech Republic

Czech politicians, scientists and economists refer to Kazakhstan as a country of great opportunities, where they can reach the most ambitious goals. READ MORE

US election unlikely to change US foreign policy

As the election nears, President Obama and Governor Romney have tried to draw clear distinctions between their foreign policies. But the next president will face hard realities that leave little room for maneuver. READ MORE

The Scottish Play


By Charles King

Edinburgh’s Quest for Independence and the Future of Separatism. READ MORE

European Commissioner Andris Piebalgs: Baltic countries should give more in development aid

EU Commissioner for Development Andris Piebalgs says that the Baltic states should be referred to as a success story in the European Union, as their policies led to considerable improvement of the economic situation in the wake of the economic crisis. READ MORE