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The current political crisis confirms the continuous increase of the autocracy level in Moldova and suggests serious drawbacks in the initiated reforms.
Who will become an “independent” candidate supported by the head of the ruling party Ivanishvili?
Alexander Lukashenko signed a decree to extend the visa-free stay for the foreign citizens from 80 countries from 5 to 30 days
During the demonstrations, two high-ranking police officers were stabbed to death, 40 demonstrators detained
The central point of the new National Defense Strategy is the neutrality status enshrined in the constitution of the Republic of Moldova
Although there were no fundamental changes and breakthroughs, Ukraine was granted with a “candidate” status, with the Alliance leaders recognizing Kyiv’s desire to become a NATO member in the future
The EU is trying to preserve the format of cooperation for six countries and to keep three states that have already signed the Association Agreements in it
The case of the former Armenian president, charged with “overthrowing constitutional order” may set an important new precedent regarding the fate of other former leaders throughout the former Soviet Union
Over the course of eleven days in April, tens of thousands of peaceful protesters in Armenia succeeded in forcing the country’s long-serving leader to step back from power