The Moldovan government took a big step yesterday, approving a plan to eliminate conscription, but does the country really need a professional army? From Ziarul de Garda, a news and analysis site.
The turmoil of the 1990s has left a lasting mark on the region in the form of high levels of gun ownership.
Officials have made direct contact with the Taliban as a prelude to peace talks.
Bosnian police shut down a border crossing on Monday to stop migrants from entering neighboring Croatia.
Historic accord would end decades-long standoff but faces stiff opposition from nationalists.
Move would undermine years of free movement between Russia and one of its most compliant neighbors.
More details and tales of harsh treatment in Xinjiang’s internment camps leak out, as Beijing keeps silence.
In an interview, prominent Hungarian political scientist Peter Kreko talks about fake news, Hungarian-style, the anti-Soros campaign, Hungarian-American relations, and more. From VSquare.
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