Zoekresultaten voor 'russia'

Aantal resultaten: 100

  1. 3 vragen aan… Oleg Tulea, parlementslid namens de Democratische Partij van Moldavië - Dossier

    Afgelopen November tekende Moldavië een associatieverdrag met de Europese Unie. Het kleine overwegend Roemeenstalige land dat tot 1991 tot de Sovjet-Unie behoorde wordt momenteel geregeerd door een coalitie van drie partijen, liberaal-conservatieven, sociaaldemocraten en liberalen, die gemeen hebben dat ze Moldavië...

  2. Savchenko back in Ukraine after prisoner swap - Dossier

    On May 25th Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko, who had been detained in Russia for almost two years, arrived home in Ukraine. Savchenko was exchanged in a prisoner swap for two Russian special forces members, Alexander Alexandrov and Yevgeny Yerofeev, who were detained in Kiev. When arriving at the airport in Kiev,...

  3. Dag van de overwinning, 9 mei. День Победы 9 мая - Dossier

    Ook dit jaar was elke zijstraat naar Tverskaya Ulitsa, de 8-baans toegangsweg naar het Kremlin, geblokkeerd met grote zicht-blokkerende vuilnis- en vrachtwagens en piepjonge agenten. Alles was afgezet tot kilometers rondom het Rode Plein, inclusief hele lijsten aan metro-uitgangen. Hier, in Moskou marcheren de...

  4. Politiek Café Oekraïne - Kalender

    Kom 18 juni en praat mee!  --------------------------------------------------- Tuesday evening it’s time for a new political café at Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam, organised by Foundation Max van der Stoel. This time we will speak about the striking presidential elections in Ukraine, and the campaign of newly...

  5. Armenia’s Velvet Revolution - Dossier

    Armenia, a landlocked former Soviet republic in the southern Caucasus, broke all the stereotypes of civil involvement and influence on politics by becoming a role model of the most democratic country of the Caucasus region. For almost a month the Armenian people actively took a collective stand to have their voices...

  6. Gagauzia votes for Russian-led Customs Union - Dossier

    Yesterday 4 January, former Georgian ambassador to the EU, Salome Samadashvili, urged the EU to keep a watchful eye on Moldova’s Gagauzia region and Russian interference there . In a referendum in Gagauzia on 2 February, a majority of 98.4 percent opted for integration with the Russian-led Customs Union. In a...

  7. The time of social democracy in Ukraine will come in three years - Dossier

    Social democracy in Ukraine is often surrounded by misconception. Ukrainians tend to confuse social democracy with socialism, bolshevism, communism, fascism or Nazism. Not many pay due attention to the main ideas of social democracy, such as workers’ well-being, equal opportunities, lessening the gap between rich...

  8. Russian winter starts in Moldova - Dossier

    On 13 November the run-off Presidential elections took place in Moldova. An openly pro-Russian socialist candidate Igor Dodon assumed presidency with 99.9% of votes counted. Dodon (Socialist Party and former economy minister in a communist 2006-2009 government) acquired 52.29% of votes against the pro-European...

  9. Zimbabwe after Mugabe: new president Mnangagwa does not bring promised change - Dossier

    In the past few weeks multiple protests have sparked in the South African country Zimbabwe, bringing a lot of violence and resulting in arrests. The direct cause for these protest was the rise of fuel prices by 150 percent. This meant that petrol now costs 3,31 US dollars per litre, the highest fuel price in the...

  10. Old nationalist causes new rifts between Serbia and Croatia - Dossier

    Yesterday the Croatian government has recalled his ambassador from Serbia for consultation after the war crimes suspect and leader of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS), Vojislav Seselj, burned the Croatian flag at a meeting in Belgrade. Seselj has been in custody from 2003 – when he voluntarily surrendered to the...