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Russia is forcing Western companies exiting its market to make a donation to the country ...

Yahoo Daily News 30 Mar 2023
Foreign investors exiting Russia must donate at least 10% of asset sale proceeds to the state ... Over 2,000 applications have been sent by companies seeking to exit the Russian market, per the FT ... Chief among the list of challenges is that foreign business subsidiaries need to comply with several Russian policies.

Western Media Seeking to Sink Modi's Reelection Bid Over Independent Foreign Policy

Urdu Point 30 Mar 2023
India's independent foreign policy aspirations and its neutral stand on the Russian-Ukrainian conflict in the face of Western pressure have upset a number of Western countries, the military expert said.

White House Indo-Pacific Coordinator Says India Will 'Never Be' Ally of India Despite Ties

Urdu Point 30 Mar 2023
"India is a great power ... India's independent foreign policy aspirations and neutral stance on the Russian-Ukrainian conflict in the face of pressure have upset a number of Western countries, Katoch said ... ....

Will there be a new dawn in Turkey-Egypt relations?

The New Arab 30 Mar 2023
On 18 March, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu visited Cairo for the first time since President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi seized power in the July 2013 coup ... Despite this contradiction, a decade-long deep freeze in Egypt-Turkey relations came to an official end ... His research focuses on Russian foreign policy towards the Middle East ... @SamRamani2.

Russia: 'Sanctions are a tool of economic terrorism against nations' - Iranian FM

Ruptly 29 Mar 2023
Footage also features representatives of the Russian Foreign Ministry and the Iranian Embassy greeting Amir-Abdollahian at the Vnukovo-3 airport ... of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

Ghana has failed to play its foreign policy well – Okudzeto Ablakwa

Joy Online 29 Mar 2023
Ranking Member on Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, says Ghana in recent times has failed to play its foreign policy well ... “We don’t seem to have played our foreign policy very well as Nkrumah did ... So how did Nkrumah do that? I think that he was more skilful with his foreign policy.

Sweden summons Russian envoy over ‘retaliation’ remark

The Associated Press 29 Mar 2023
Foreign Minister Tobias Billström decried what he called an ”obvious attempt at influence.” Billström told Swedish news agency TT that the country’s security policy is determined by its government and no one else ... at the Foreign Ministry.

Sweden summons Russian envoy over 'retaliation' remark

Killeen Daily Herald 29 Mar 2023
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Sweden’s Foreign ministry on Wednesday summoned the Russian ambassador after Moscow’s diplomatic mission to Stockholm posted on its website that the Scandinavian country would become a “legitimate target for Russia’s retaliatory measures” if it joins NATO.

What Do Closer Chinese-Russian Ties Mean For Central Asia?

Beijing News 29 Mar 2023
"But the big question is how they will adapt their foreign policies to these big changes.". Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping attend a reception in Moscow on March 21 ... "Actually, is working to better coordinate things with Russia and this with Beijing's foreign policy priorities.".

Iran, Russia FMs to discuss key mutual, regional issues in Moscow

Press TV 28 Mar 2023
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova also said on March 23 that during Amir-Abdollahian’s working visit to Moscow, the Iranian and Russian foreign ministers will continue to exchange opinions on relevant international matters, including the situation surrounding ...

West’s reaction to Russia-Belarus military cooperation ‘puzzling’, says Moscow

Press TV 28 Mar 2023
In a statement on Monday, Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova dismissed the Western criticism of cooperation between Russia and ... European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell warned Belarus it could face further sanctions if it hosted Russian nuclear weapons.

Alexander Dugin and the Origins of the ‘Red-Brown Alliance’ Myth, by Max Parry

The Unz Review 28 Mar 2023
Still, this characterization of the prolific writer as the mastermind behind Putin’s foreign policy is ubiquitous in corporate media despite the absence of any evidence the Russian president has ever met the man, much less allowed his ideas to shape executive decisions.

Belarus brands deployment of NATO troops near border ‘irresponsible escalation’

Anadolu Agency 30 Mar 2023
The statement came in response to EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell saying on Twitter that Belarus hosting Russian nuclear weapons would mean “an irresponsible escalation and threat to European security.” ... Belarus’ Foreign Ministry told Russian state news ...

Editorial: Republicans need to get their story straight on Ukraine

Daily Camera 29 Mar 2023
And it’s true, as DeSantis warns, that trying to overthrow Vladimir Putin would run the risk of direct conflict with Russia — which is why no Western leader has made regime change an explicit policy goal. Yet even conceding those points, DeSantis’s maiden foray into foreign policy was alarming.

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