IAC EURASIA ARCHIVE

October 2013

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 6 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Events and opinions

Alastair Campbell's job with dictator was 'set up by Tony Blair'

  Tony Blair was last night accused of helping to secure a plum job for Alastair Campbell's firm on a 'dictator's payroll'. The claim was made after US Government documents revealed the ext

Political process

Turkey received no official offer to join Russian-backed customs union: reports

Turkey has not received an official offer to join the Customs Union, which comprises Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus, Turkish media reported on October 26 citing sources in the Foreign Ministry. 

Events and opinions

Putin's Last Attempt at Yanukovych's EU Dream

  President Vladimir Putin with President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev (l) and President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko before a meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council. Tur

Events and opinions

Why the U.S. Should Support Ukraine's Association and Free Trade Agreements with Europe

  Russia is pressuring Ukraine to join Belarus and Kazakhstan in a Eurasian Customs Union led by Moscow. Acquiescing to Russia's wishes would anchor Ukraine in a Moscow-dominated economic zone

Events and opinions

Put Kazakhstan on the U.N. Security Council

  The country is poised to lead on everything from controlling nuclear weapons to energy security. Upon gaining its independence in 1991, Kazakhstan became the world's fourth largest nuclea

Events and opinions

Kazakhstan: Debating The Fruits Of The Customs Union

  Kremlin kingpin Vladimir Putin's pet project to drive former Soviet states back into Moscow's embrace – via the Customs Union — is gathering momentum. But the possibility of expansion doesn't

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