The Duran – News in Review – Episode 54.
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 53.
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UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has resigned mere hours after Brexit Secretary David Davis left his post, as the political crisis over the UK's Brexit strategy...
Brexit secretary David Davis resigns, citing exceptional weakness of PM Theresa May's wish for "soft exit" that ties the UK to the EU
The role of Matthew Nimetz in the longstanding conflict between Greece and its northern neighbor may purportedly be that of an impartial mediator, but his past...
Merkel averts political collapse with a last minute deal on migration into Germany. The Duran – News in Review – Episode 47.
The government will provide security and safety for its citizens in the recaptured areas
Is Greece to be the dumping ground of Europe?
Who is going to take them becomes the next big question
That's forcing a choice between the crumbling institutions of the West and the growing influence and prowess of the East
A car crash for Germany.
Wars do not require military violence to become acts of hostility
Victims of hostile foreign supervision and successive anti-Greek governments, have the people of Greece reached their limit?
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 42.
Between 80,000 and 100,000 Austrians took to the streets over it
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For months, SYRIZA has touted Greece's economic "success story" and forthcoming "clean exit" from austerity and the memorandum agreements. But do the country's economic indicators actually...
These companies are not going to become American companies
Europe needs to save the JCPOA for a multitude of reasons, and Iran needs its commerce with Europe
So much for sovereignty
The Baltics have long been subjected to the indignity of reliance on Russian power
She has conceded much and nearly lost her handle on power
"We will also close ports to NGO ship refuelling activities", Salvini added.
Helena Sheehan's "The Syriza Wave" chronicles the dramatic rise of SYRIZA and its first months in power, up until it overturned the July 2015 referendum result....
“We will not escalate, and we will not back down”
Europe is finally having to pay the piper, and paying is what EU bureaucrats do best
The EU still maintains their foreign policy perspective as an extension of America's foreign policy
Europe finds itself torn between opposing ideologies
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 36.
Nevradakis was interviewed on Radio Sputnik's "Fault Lines Radio" program on the hurdles the "North Macedonia" deal still faces.
How this jives with democracy is anyone's guess
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 33.
If hypocrisy is involved here, it is patently that of the Trump administration
Sweden had identified 61 "vulnerable areas," marked by a high crime rate, urban blight, unemployment, civil unrest and proliferated drug abuse
Hungarian Foreign Minister shuts down BBC reporter over EU migration.
The Duran Quick Take: Episode 145.
The Duran Quick Take: Episode 144.
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The Duran Quick Take: Episode 142.
The Duran Quick Take: Episode 141.