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Orthodox Christianity—and Vladimir Putin—are at the center of the country’s newest culture war.
 I laughed when I read Western press accounts regarding the current governmental crisis in the Eastern European nation of Moldova.
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About 70% of Ukrainian citizens are ready to vote at a referendum for Ukraine's accession to the European Union and a little more than half would support their country's joining NATO, according to a poll conducted by the SOCIS Social and Marketing Research Center.
The armed formations of the Russian Federation violated ceasefire 29 times, using weapons banned under the Minsk agreements three times, in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in Donbas over the past day.
12 June 2019
Once Igor Dodon was elected in the position of the president of the Republic of Moldova, Kremlin started testing the grounds and implementing on the large scale the whole arsenal of the methods and techniques of the hybrid warfare. The final aim of this hybrid warfare conducted entirely by Russia, through its intermediary agents in EU, in states like Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova is forestalling and seizure of all vital spheres, paralyzing the will of the people to progress the European way.
11 June 2019
 Over the weekend, the former Soviet republic of Moldova was plunged into political crisis. By Monday, the country had emerged with two rival governments that held two separate cabinet meetings, all of it stemming from a February parliamentary election in which no party won a majority.
9 June 2019
On June 7, 2019, Constitutional Court (CC) ruled the President can dissolve the Parliament if the later cannot exercise its legislative and investing the Government functions within the term of 3 months. 
On June 7, 2019, Constitutional Court (CC) ruled the President can dissolve the Parliament if the later cannot exercise its legislative and investing the Government functions within the term of 3 months. 
6 June 2019
 Twelve countries of the emerging Europe region have been ranked among the 63 most competitive economies in IMD’s 2019 World Competitiveness Ranking.
30 May 2019
 Two months after parliamentary elections in Moldova, the country is no closer to swearing in a new government. As negotiations between the leading parties have floundered, it has left the country without a direction and increasingly vulnerable to Russian influence. A coalition agreement is needed immediately to confirm a new prime minister, appoint a Speaker, and create a Cabinet. Disturbingly, Russian President Vladimir Putin, a sworn enemy of Moldovan democracy, is being aided and abetted by this stalemate.
27 May 2019
Mainstream European Union parties held their ground against the assault from populists in elections for the bloc’s Parliament as the highest turnout in two decades looked set to reward pro-EU Liberals and Greens.
22 May 2019
 After Moldova’s elections in February, the country’s leading oligarch, Vladimir Plahotniuc, thought he had things sewn up. While the Russian-leaning Socialists won the most seats, 35, in the 101-seat Parliament, Plahotniuc’s Democrats had won 30 seats and the pro-E.U. ACUM bloc won 26. However, the remaining 10 seats were won by politicians who appeared to have an allegiance to Plahotniuc, giving him 40 seats in all and surpassing the Socialists’ tally. While that fell short of the absolute majority he had hoped for, Plahotniuc had positioned himself and his Democratic Party of Moldova as the likely kingmakers.
21 May 2019
 Russia is to keep its membership in Europe’s top human rights body after Germany and France engineered a last-minute deal to avoid a Russian expulsion, a step that threatened to further incite tensions between the Kremlin and the West.
19 May 2019
 The European parliament’s Brexit co-ordinator on the Behind Closed Doors film, the perils of populism and how Rwanda’s genocide changed him.
 This map tells a dramatic story of change in the population of the 15 former republics of the Soviet Union between 1989 (before the breakup of the USSR) and 2018.
18 May 2019
 Today we commemorate the genocide of the Crimean Tatar people. 75 years ago, as being allegiadly ‘unreliable’, all of the Crimean Tatar population was deported from its Homeland. The Lithuanian Constitutional Court has referred to the acts against the Crimean Tatar people as a clear example of the crimes of genocide committed by the Soviet Union.
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