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Remembering Shevy, the Silver Fox
Eduard Shevardnadze and I bonded during the siege and fall of the eastern Black Sea city of Sukhumi in September, 1993, and maybe it was because various Russian radio stations had declared us both missing and presumed dead.

10.07.2014 12:46

‘Mister Yes’ who helped put an end to the Cold War
Eduard A. Shevardnadze, Mikhail Gorbachev’s close ally and associate in the implementation of perestroika and “new thinking”, former USSR Foreign Minister and President of Georgia died on Monday, 7 July 2014.

08.07.2014 08:45

Shevardnadze: Last Soviet FM with important role in ending Cold War dies age 86
Former President of Georgia and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev’s Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze has died at the age of 86 in Tbilisi. Shevardnadze’s family and personal press service have officially confirmed the news.

07.07.2014 08:48

'Step backward': NATO puts new memberships on hold
The Ukrainian crisis has led to nations aspiring to become NATO members pushing harder for admission. The alliance has however made it clear new memberships are not part of its agenda for the time being.

06.07.2014 06:18

5 facts you need to know about Ukraine-EU trade deal
Ukraine has signed the European Trade Association Agreement, the document that sent the country into a political frenzy when not signed eight months ago to this day. RT gives you the basics on how this will affect the economy of both from here on out.

27.06.2014 09:48

Ukraine and EU sign free trade zone deal
Ukraine has signed the economic part of the Association Agreement with the EU, with Georgia and Moldova also joining the pact, even though big economic risks lie ahead.

27.06.2014 08:00

NATO’s second-in-command says Russia is now an enemy, not a partner
NATO Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow now says that the allied group has been compelled to treat Russia “as more of an enemy than a partner,” according to an Associated Press report published Thursday.

01.05.2014 16:17

Georgia summons ex-president Saakashvili for questioning, threatens intl arrest warrant
The Prosecutor General's Office of Georgia intends to question former president Mikhail Saakashvili as a witness in a number of criminal cases. After resigning Saakashvili left Georgia last November and currently lives and lectures in the US.

22.03.2014 09:49

​How Indian support for Russia has evolved from Georgia to Ukraine
India’s unambiguous support to Russia on the Ukraine issue has not happened overnight. It has taken years for India to muster the courage to take on the West and support its tried, tested and trusted friend, Russia.

21.03.2014 10:09

‘Crimea is now part of Russia, the West has to come to terms with that’
Claiming that Crimea is part of Ukraine is the same as Serbia arguing that Kosovo is not really separated from it, Gregory Copley, editor of Defense & Foreign Affairs, told RT.

20.03.2014 11:22

Putin ready to meet with Georgian leader, wishes neighbors success at Olympics
Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed readiness to meet with his Georgian counterpart, if he wishes to, for the first time since relations between the states deteriorated after the 2008 war.

11.02.2014 03:05

Ukraine bans foreigners for ‘security reasons’ as protests continue
Ukraine has temporarily banned a number of foreign citizens from entering its territory over “national security” concerns. The move comes amid ongoing mass rallies, with thousands of pro-EU demonstrators demanding the government’s resignation.

25.12.2013 11:50

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