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Syria and Integrity in International Diplomacy.

The game is set. The longer U.S. and E.U. sanctions and the ongoing NATO and Saudi backed insurgency and attempted subversion of the Syrian government continue, the greater effect they will have. Russia´s late and feeble response has brought it … Continue reading

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British P.M. Cameron in Moscow for Talks with Russian President Medvedjev.

British P.M. Cameron went on his first visit to Moscow for talks with Russian President Medvedjev. Camerons visit follows shortly after the implementation of E.U.´s and USA´s increased sanctions on Syria, and only days after Medvedjev drew a sharp line … Continue reading

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Turkey severs all Diplomatic, Military and Economic Ties to Israel on Gaza Flotilla Killings.

Following the recent severing of diplomatic and some economic ties to Israel on the not forthcoming Israeli apology for the killing of nine Turkish citizens on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla vessel Mavi Marmara, Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan declared on Tuesday, … Continue reading

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