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Big Spenders

GRAPHIC: Top military spenders and share of GDP. pic.twitter.com/fLwzQUFxK6 — The Int. Spectator (@INTLSpectator) 30 Août 2014

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#NATO’s Secretary General Honoris Causa in Bucharest. Is Basescu Next?

#NATO SecGen puts on the Doctor Honoris Causa cape at Bucharest University twitter.com/NATOpress/stat… — Oana Lungescu (@NATOpress) May 24, 2013 Oana Lungescu, NATO’s Spokesperson, tweets a pic of Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen as he is awarded the Honoris Causa … Continue reading

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NATO’s Next Secretary General From Romania? Basescu vs. Geoana

Rumour has it that NATO’s 2014 Secretary General might come from Central or Eastern Europe. Or more precisely from Romania. Here is what Damon W. Wilson (ExecVP @ Atlantic Council reporting insider diplomatic insights and analysis on a Europe whole … Continue reading

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Turkey Develops into a Diplomatic Hub for Syria and Israel

During his Istanbul press conference held on 21 April 2013, Secretary of State John Kerry concluded that the United States as well as Turkey and Israel should have mutual interests as concerns the security arrangement in Syria. Releasing the photo … Continue reading

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Bulgarian and Romanian Civil Society Street Propaganda: Who’s Got the Best?

Geographically, they are sharing Romania’s Southern border, the floating troubled Danube and the Black Sea. Politically, they have entered as two impatient newlyweds into the European Union enlargement process managing to integrate some larger EU stamped borders in 2007. Both … Continue reading

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