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Shale Gas in Europe and United States is a Threat to Russia, Romano Prodi Says

Romano Prodi, ex-President of the European Comission and ex-Prime Minister of Italy, has granted an interview to journalist Vlad Mixich from Hotnews. Prodi’s interview focused on the shale gas debate in Europe, EU crisis and political parties. Full credit and … 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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United States Hopes China Facilitates Talks With North Korea

It is probably repetitive to write again about North Korea but as the psychological nuclear conflict unfolds, this gives us food for thought. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry hopes China will act as key facilitator and use its regional … Continue reading

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Chevron Fracks Open Communication on Shale Gas with Romanian Government

U.S. companies eyeing shale gas extraction in Romania is not so much about sustainable environment as it is about politics and fighting regional trade wars.  Romania might consider giving the green light on shale gas fracking and strengthen U.S. trade … Continue reading

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Alive from the Grave: Enacting the Stockholm Syndrome with Hugo Chavez

“Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez dies”. This is today’s highlight news as well as a splash of detailed informed accounts related to the ongoing mourning in Venezuela. Gone are the Photoshopped Government controlled pics of a smiling Chavez sided by two … Continue reading

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US State Department: Missile Shield in Europe Might Prove Ineffective

WASHINGTON –  Secret Defense Department studies cast doubt on whether a multibillion-dollar missile defense system planned for Europe will ever be able to protect the U.S. from Iranian missiles as intended, congressional investigators say. Military officials say they believe the … Continue reading

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