Serhiy Korsunskyi: “Turkey Is an Extremely Complex Society That Should Be Understood and Respected. Otherwise, Mutual Understanding Cannot Be Achieved”
October 23, 2019

Interview with Director of the Hennadii Udovenko Diplomatic Academy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine

Reuniting Territories and People — from 30 Years of Germany's Experience
October 15, 2019

Serhiy Polyovyk

Our country will soon have to resolve a similar problem — restoration of the Ukrainian nation

Protests in Georgia. And Lessons for Ukraine
June 26, 2019

Victor Hvozd

In Georgia, like in Moldova, Moscow is rehearsing technologies of influence on post-Soviet countries

Chemical Disarmament of Syria: Problems and Prospects. Part 1
October 1, 2013

Andrey Pospelov

The Civil War in the Syrian Arab Republic lasts for more than two years and constantly is accompanied by information about this country's having chemical weapons

Components of the Firmness of the Syrian State. Part 3.
September 29, 2013

Oleksiy O. Volovich

At present, there is considerable evidence that it was opposition fighters who used chemical weapons

Is Syria Able to Resist?
September 23, 2013

Pospelov Andriy

The Syrian Arab Republic (SAR) is getting ready to repel the aggression of the United States and its satellites by all available forces and means

Components of the Firmness of the Syrian State. Part 2.
September 21, 2013

Oleksiy O. Volovych

According to NATO, 70 % of Syria's population today supports B. Assad

Components of the Firmness of the Syrian State. Part 1.
September 18, 2013

Oleksiy O. Volovych

Uncompromising rhetoric of the U.S. administration under President Barack Obama obviously does not contribute to the intergovernmental dialogue around solutions of crises in the world

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