Advertising Week Europe joins Standard Chartered in pulling backing for royal's main charity following 'car crash' interview - as FOUR universities consider ditching him
The EAEU is shopping for partners in Asia. Middle finger to the West or sound trade policy?
The squabbling is good news for a regime that relentlessly tries to divide and conquer the opposition.
It is just a tiny grocery store in a decrepit, Khruschev-era five-story apartment block in Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan – but it is flooded with shoppers, 24 hours a day.
Government critics argue that the ruling has transformed the protestors, three of whom are mothers of young children, into political martyrs.
One of the more remarkable occurrences in Central Asian politics this year was the sight of thousands of Kazakhs taking to the streets to protest at the shoo-in, far from democratic election of longtime president Nursultan Nazarbayev’s handpicked successor Kasym-Zhomart Tokayev in early June.
Belgium again finds itself amidst a scandal that threatens to become “Kazakhgate-II”.
Beijing needed testing grounds for risky investments.
Leading businesses and charities are deserting Prince Andrew over the Epstein scandal as the future of his main charitable project he repeatedly mentioned in his BBC car crash interview is in jeopardy today.
Over the past two decades, the president’s office has instituted at least six ad hoc commissions to defuse some kind of political impasse. The latest is not off to an auspicious start.
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