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Political situation in Taiwan. Media review

Head of Taiwan’s administration Tsai Ing-wen regains her political position that she has lost after the defeat of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in the local elections held at the end of the previous year, The Wall Street Journal marks. The Sydney Morning Herald draws our attention to the …

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Grabar-Kitarović’s presidential ambitions. Media review

As novinite.com marks, current president of Croatia Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović has initiated preparations for presidential elections scheduled for December of this year. Croatian leader does not yet openly tell of plans to stand for a second term in her office. But she is increasing her efforts to enhance own positions, L’Express …

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Relationship between the EU and Switzerland. Media Review

Reuters News Service states that actions of Switzerland that happens to be one of historical good-faith partners of Brussels run counter to the EU policies with increasing frequency. AFP News Agency maintains that the Swiss Confederation’s stance on migration policy is quite illustrative. The country’s leadership, which had formerly provided …

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Bolivia is being forced towards a color revolution. Media review

Bolivia is entering a period of instability. France 24 and Deutsche Welle consider the recent resolution of Bolivia’s top electoral court to allow Morales participate in the presidential elections scheduled for October 2019 as the starting point for escalation on the domestic political scene. El Universal took notice of this …

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Political destabilization in Bahrain. Media review

Bahrain’s authorities intend to spur belt-tightening policies, U.S. News & World Report marks. Further austerity measures were undertaken as a forced step aimed at preventing the aggravation of economic problems in the kingdom that had not succeeded in recovering from the effects of a fall in world prices on oil, …

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Recent crisis events in Taiwan. Media review

‘Taiwan is now on the brink of a severe political crisis’, that’s what The South China Morning Post says about results of local elections, where candidates from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) lost in most municipalities. Expert of the University of Cambridge Dr. Chin-Chun Chen describes the DPP failure …

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Rapprochement between Iran and Iraq. Media Review

Foreign media tend to notice certain rapprochement between Iran and Iraq. Tehran is making an additional impulse to cooperation with Baghdad considering activation of regional connections as a response to tightening American sanctions, Al-Monitor comments. The CNBC says the leadership of Iran bets on closer trade and economic partnership. That …

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Plot against Europe

There are some things you can’t comprehend inductively as the majority of people, as the saying goes, do not see the forest for the trees. Here is a simple experiment. Let’s take two pieces of news (at of the time the article is written). The first one is about the …

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