Moscow Travel Destination

The simmering dispute over waterway rights between Ukraine and Russia broke into armed conflict this week

Prime Minister David Cameron Tries To Take A Harder Line with Europe

The European Parliament (EP) announced its approval of new targets for renewables and energy efficiency rates to be achieved by 2030

Temperatures Plunge In Moscow

The sanctions regimes against Russia were imposed in response to actual or alleged actions by the Russian government

Republican Presidential Candidates Debate On Economy In New Hampshire

Before I begin, I would first like to congratulate Poland on the 100th anniversary of the restoration of Polish independence. In 123 years of struggle from 1795 to November 1918, countless Poles proved their love for freedom. Our two nations share a common love and appreciate of liberty, and I am honored to be able… Keep reading →


Economic sanctions, in one form or another, have been applied for centuries to effect change in the activities or policies of states, groups or individuals

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Smart cities have the ability to connect all infrastructure—electric, gas, water, communications and transportation

Daily Life In Istanbul

Three experts examine the past drivers and near-term consequences of Washington’s rapidly escalating diplomatic conflict with Ankara. On August 16, Amanda Sloat, Max Hoffman, and Steven Cook addressed a Policy Forum at The Washington Institute. Sloat is a Robert Bosch Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution’s Center on the United States and Europe. Hoffman is… Keep reading →

The Dow Falls On Poor Economic Data In The Housing And Job Market

The European Union’s GDPR is arguably the most comprehensive – and complex – data privacy regulation in the world

Currents – Energy Industry Insights – July 2018 #2

Singapore's Shipping Port Records Strong Growth In 2013

America’s oil and gas production is booming of late, with the U.S. poised to become the world’s largest exporter of crude oil

Inside The City Of London's New Landmark Skyscraper

Given what is happening at a macro political level, a Brexit crash landing looks increasingly possible

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