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Experts: Shale Industry Development Potential In Europe Highly Questionable

March 4, 2015 10:27 am0 comments
Experts: Shale Industry Development Potential In Europe Highly Questionable

Chevron has decided to abandon its efforts to develop shale gas deposits in Poland, according to the announcement made on January 30, 2015. According to the American energy corporation, it would not be able to make sufficient profits by continuing to extract Polish shale gas using hydraulic fracking. Earlier, the […]

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South Stream fell to political crises and tough Brussels stance

January 23, 2015 4:06 pm0 comments
South Stream fell to political crises and tough Brussels stance

International energy community, politicians and experts continue the debate over the reasons and possible consequences of the decision to shut down the South Stream gas pipeline. The project cancelled by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin was to supply up to 63 billion cubic meters of gas to Southern and […]

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Troubled Russian-Polish relations require sound, humane approach — experts

January 22, 2015 4:58 pm0 comments
Troubled Russian-Polish relations require sound, humane approach — experts

Troubled Russian-Polish relations require humane ways to solve them, such as direct and constructive dialogue that allows people from both countries to hear and listen to each other, said guests of the Russian-Polish youth forum hosted in Moscow and Russia on December 13-17, 2014. The Polish guests and the Russian […]

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New Charlie Hebdo Issue: Finding Balance Between Rights And Morals In Media

January 21, 2015 4:17 pm1 comment
New Charlie Hebdo Issue: Finding Balance Between Rights And Morals In Media

The worldwide community has split over the Charlie Hebdo issue No. 1178, originally printed at 3 million copies. However, the increased demand caused the journal to increase the print run to 5 million, later – 7 million copies. The “survivors’ issue” released on January 14, 2015, featured a cover cartoon […]

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Are the famous making it hard for breakthrough journalists?

January 7, 2015 4:40 pm0 comments
Is it unethical for mainstream publication to use ex-professionals instead of seasoned journalists?

For years I have read online papers such as The Telegraph and GQ and it’s never really hit me but (The Telegraph are particularly guilty of this) they employ ex-professionals to write their columns. To be fair, it’s totally understandable. It’s a dog-eat-dog world in the world that is journalism, and […]

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Experts: Hong Kong protest movement success highly improbable

November 20, 2014 8:31 am0 comments
Experts: Hong Kong protest movement success highly improbable

The students taking part in the large-scale protests in Hong Kong that began on September 28 have no intentions to leave the streets, says an informal Reuters survey taken one month after the first day of disobedience. According to the results, 87% of the so-called “Umbrella Movement” participants said they […]

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November 5th: Not Just Any Old Day!

November 10, 2014 12:51 pm0 comments
November 5th: Not Just Any Old Day!

Last week saw fireworks explode over British skies for November 5th (bonfire night) – I thought I would explore and elaborate on the history of this very night, and uncover why Mr. Fawkes still remains one of Britain’s most hated villains of all time, almost 400 years after his demise. […]

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Russia-US INF treaty dispute may be solved only through extensive talks

October 12, 2014 1:58 pm0 comments
Russia-US INF treaty dispute may be solved only through extensive talks

On September 11, 2014, Russia and the United States have conducted mutual consultation dedicated to the future adherence to the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty (INF) that was signed in 1987. The closed-door talks between the Russian delegation led by Mikhail Ulyanov, director of Russian Foreign Ministry arms control department, and […]

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