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- Many Russians Don't Want Putin After 2024on October 22, 2021
A recent Levada survey showed that the percentage of people who do not want Vladimir Putin in the presidency after his current term is 42%, the highest rate since 2013.
- Trust In Putin Drops To Historic Lowon October 12, 2021
According to a recent Levada poll, Russians' trust in President Vladimir Putin has reached the lowest level in nearly a decade. Confidence levels for the State Duma and the government have also fallen since 2014.
- More Turkey: The Soviet Border Before And After The Treaty Of Karson October 12, 2021
The Treaty of Kars, signed on October 13, 1921, established the border between Turkey and three Soviet republics. Use the slider to see the borders before and after the treaty.
- The Undoing Of The U.S.S.R.: How It Happenedon October 3, 2021
On December 25, 1991, the Soviet Union ceased to exist as a sovereign state. Its collapse was gradual and, some would say, even inevitable. Here are some major milestones in the dissolution of the U.S.S.R., which put 15 new countries on the map.
- Huawei, SMIC suppliers net billions in US tech licenseson October 23, 2021
As a global chip shortage starts to bite deep, it appears that US businesses are not quite ready to give up on the Chinese market. The US Commerce Department greenlighted more than US$100 billion worth of export licenses for semiconductors and other products to suppliers of Huawei Technologies Co. and another blacklisted Chinese tech company, The post Huawei, SMIC suppliers net billions in US tech licenses appeared first on Asia Times.
- Pakistan industry wants curbs on China’s BRI importson October 23, 2021
PESHAWAR – The use of Chinese steel in Beijing-funded Belt and Road projects in Pakistan is raising hackles with local producers who claim cheap imports are pushing the local industry to a breaking point. This month, the Pakistan Association of Large Steel Producers (PALSP) sent a plaintive plea to Prime Minister Imran Khan seeking a The post Pakistan industry wants curbs on China’s BRI imports appeared first on Asia Times.
- Moscow meet brings Taliban closer to international legitimacy on October 23, 2021
The meeting in Moscow of 10 regional states and Taliban officials on Wednesday produced an outcome that by far exceeded expectations. The salience of the consensus opinion is fourfold, as reflected in the joint statement issued after the event: Regional recognition that the Taliban government is a compelling “reality”; It is through constructive engagement that The post Moscow meet brings Taliban closer to international legitimacy appeared first on Asia Times.
- AZ antibody treatment offers new line of Covid defenseon October 23, 2021
A new treatment could soon help protect people from developing severe Covid. AstraZeneca has just released results from a phase 3 clinical trial – the final stage of testing before a drug is authorized – that suggest its new Covid treatment, AZD7442, is effective at reducing severe disease or death in non-hospitalized Covid patients. The The post AZ antibody treatment offers new line of Covid defense appeared first on Asia Times.
- German DM must know result of pulling forces to Russian borders: DM Shoiguon October 23, 2021
Moscow [Russia], October 23 (ANI/Xinhua): Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that his German counterpart Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer must know the result of pulling troops to Russian borders, the Russian Defense Ministry's Zvezda broadcasting service said Saturday. "Against the background of calls for military containment of Russia, NATO is consistently pulling forces to our borders," Shoigu said, commenting on Kr
- Afghanistan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan to discuss trans-Afghan railway in Novemberon October 23, 2021
Tashkent [Uzbekista], October 23 (ANI/Sputnik): Senior officials from Pakistan and Uzbekistan will meet with the representatives of the interim government of Afghanistan in the first half of November in Tashkent to discuss the construction of the Trans-Afghan railway, Uzbek Deputy Prime Minister Sardor Umurzakov said on Saturday. Umurzakov led the Uzbek delegation in negotiations with the Taliban (terrorist group, banned
- Afghanistan: UN prepares polio vaccination campaign for childrenon October 23, 2021
Washington [US], October 23 (ANI): UN agencies are preparing to launch a polio vaccination campaign for all children under 5 in Afghanistan, Voice of America (VOA) reported on Saturday. Vaccine doses will begin to be administered in Afghanistan on November 8 for the first time in three years, now that the country's new Taliban government has granted approval. "This is a huge development that now we can go all across Afgha
- UN body expresses concerns over possible narcotics production, smuggling in Afghanistan under Talibanon October 23, 2021
Kabul [Afghanistan], October 23 (ANI): In view of the developments in Afghanistan, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has expressed concerns over the possibility of insurgent groups in the country taking advantage of the situation and increasing the flow of narcotics in Afghanistan and in the neighbourhood. According to TOLOnews, Executive Director of UNODC, Ghada Waly stressed on the prevention of smugg