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Britain Rejected EU’s Political Union Imposed by ‘Stealth, Deception’

United Kingdom’s leading Eurosceptic campaigner and party leader said that lawmakers in the European Union imposed a political union on Britons, who rejected the bloc last week.

US Treasuries Near Historic Highs as Investors Run for Safety

Investors are buying into US governmental bonds, pushing their value up and depressing the yield, resulting in lower market volatility and profitability, with the yield curve showing pre-recession dynamics for the first time since late 2007.

Germany, France Bear 'Special Responsibility' to Keep Europe United

German Chancellor Angela Merkel considers Germany and France to bear responsibility for EU unity.

Oil Prices Increase Amid Fears of Petroleum Workers' Strike in Norway

Oil prices rose on Tuesday amid fears of a possible strike by petroleum workers in Norway.

How to Dodge the Next (Big) US Recession

Mounting predictions of a US recession arriving later this year or in early 2017 suggest a shift in economic policy might be deemed necessary in order to readjust America's growth potential, avoiding or preventing a period of economic contraction.

Khan Urges More Economic Autonomy for London After Brexit

London Mayor demanded more autonomy for the UK capital aimed at economy protection amid Brexit decision.

Countries Must Respect Basic EU Rules to Have Access to Single Market

European Union single market applicants must respect other basic EU rules, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Tuesday.

EU Council Unlikely to Discuss Dutch Vote on EU-Ukraine Association

European Council will not discuss the result of the Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, according to a EU source.

Black Sea Buddies: Turkey Looks to Cosy Up to Coastal Neighbors

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said Tuesday that Ankara aims to restore relations not only with Russia and Egypt, but with all its Mediterranean and Black Sea neighbors.

Denmark in Two Minds About EU Amid Brexit Chain Reaction

The unexpected result of the British referendum has left Denmark split over the country's future in the EU. Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen has been given an ultimatum to either promise a similar plebiscite in Denmark or step do...

Learning Through Doing: Visiting Real Sabantuy in Bashkir Republic

A day at a traditional Bashkir Sabantuy was definitely the highlight of our visit of the Bashkir Republic, the land of rolling hills, treacherous rivers and friendly people.

Best Laid Plans: Brexit Leaves EU & NATO's New Defense Strategy in Tatters

The UK's decision to leave the EU means that the union and NATO have to rethink their long-term military plans because they were counting on more military centralization in Brussels, Western defense officials said.

Daesh Jihadist Forces Fueled by Professionally-Rendered Propaganda

Unlike its terrorist forerunners in the Middle East, who were hell-bent on religious issues, Daesh relies heavily on Western-style propaganda to winthe hearts and minds. Daesh's propaganda videos are authored in the language of Western filmmaking, and are professionally shot from dramatic angles using state-of-the-art equipment.

Turkey, Israel Sign Agreement on Normalization of Bilateral Ties

Turkey and Israel on Tuesday signed an agreement in Rome on normalizing diplomatic relations, ending a six-year period of tense relations, Turkish media reported, citing foreign ministry sources.

Japan's Power Companies to Abandon Nuclear Power Generation

Japan's major power companies' shakeholders on Tuesday called on the utilities to abandon nuclear power generation due to safety concerns, local media reported.

'Better Late Than Never': Russian Politicians Assess Erdogan's Apology

An array of Russian and Turkish politicians gave their thoughts on Vladimir Putin receiving a letter from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan with apologies for Ankara downing a Russian warplane last year.

Russia's Latest Non-Nuclear Submarine Kalina to be Laid Down in 2018

According to a high-ranking source in the Russian Navy, the construction of Russia's latest non-nuclear submarine Kalina will start in 2018.

UK to Become Poorer Because of Brexit Vote

Recent UK referendum on EU-membership will make the country poorer, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said Tuesday.

Greek Train Labor Strikes Against Privatization

POS supporters take to the Greeek streets on Tuesday to protest against privatization of railway transport.

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