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United States and Kazakhstan cooperate against nuclear smuggling

Cooperation to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons is an integral part of the strategic partnership between the United States and Kazakhstan. READ MORE

Cooperation In The Baltic Sea Region Must Become An Inspiration To Other Eu Regions, Says Lithuanian Foreign Minister

By casting the role of the first EU macro-region to the Baltic Sea region, the European Commission has acknowledged its potential and possibilities. However, it is also a huge responsibility to prove that such a new method of European regional cooperation is viable, says Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Audronius A┼żubalis. READ MORE

Politician with Hotchpotch in His Head

By Fazil Ischakov

In political Kunstkamera of Kazakhstan has recently appeared a new character, ex-postman, oil trader and businessman, ex-leader of the party “Rukhaniyat”, green to his bones Serikzhan Mambetalin. Green not because he defended ecology from the tribune of the political union. He preferred green US dollars without hiding it from public that the post of the party leader was bought for investments. This is the way it is called now…. READ MORE

Natural-Gas Glut Could Bypass Europe

By James Herron

A major transformation of the global market for natural gas is under way. Fresh international supply routes are being drawn, new exporters are emerging and established trade patterns are being turned on their heads. READ MORE

Denmark's European Minister: Responsibility and future growth are keywords for Danish EU Council presidency

By Nicolai Wammen

I hardly exaggerate by saying that more than ever has the cooperation in Europe been put to the test in recent years. This test will continue for the foreseeable future as the debt crisis continues to worry the financial markets about the long-term sustainability of European economies. READ MORE

Kazakhstan Defended Its Interests for Oil Transit via Batumi Black Sea Port

By Kulpash Konyrova

More than 70% of Kazakhstani oil from the scope of oil exported to world markets via the so-called Caucasian corridor, shall flow through the Black Sea port of Batumi, which as known is a property of national company of our Republican “KazMunajGaz”. READ MORE

What's Georgia Going To Get At The NATO Summit?

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By Joshua Kucera

Georgia's prospects in NATO, after being more or less left for dead in the wake of the 2008 war with Russia, have lately appeared to be improving. NATO has recently changed its rhetoric on Georgia, for the first time calling it an "aspirant" along with several Balkan countries. And U.S. officials have said Georgia is making "significant progress" that should be recognized at the next NATO summit, in Chicago in May. READ MORE