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‘The planet is in extensive care’, said UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at the end of the disappointing 27th UN Climate Summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.

‘The planet is in extensive care’

Last year at the Glasgow summit it was agreed that each year must tighten up its national climate plans, otherwise the solemn promise to limit warming to 1,5 degrees Celsius would no longer be feasible

"The EU must tailor its future trade and investment policies to avoid vengefulness and humiliation. "

The EU never had a ’Russia Policy’, but now it should

How should the European Union deal with Russia once its war against Ukraine ends?

“For us, the Russian people are our brother people, and centuries-old history has proven it many times. Therefore, Russian-Serbian relations cannot be destroyed under any pressure,” said Vucic.

Vucic touts Russian-Serbian brotherhood as regional tensions rise

In a sign of resistance to Western calls to choose between Moscow and the West, Serbian President Aleksander Vucic said his country’s brotherly relations with Russia cannot be destroyed, and Belgrade would never succumb to pressure during a meeting with Turko Daudov

A memorandum of understanding about pushing back illegal migrants away from the external borders of the EU was signed by leaders of Serbia, Hungary, and Austria on Wednesday.

Austria teams up with Hungary, Serbia to end ‘asylum a la carte’

The Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer wants to stop asylum seekers from picking and choosing the countries they apply for asylum in and is forming an alliance with Serbia and Hungary to that end

"Looking back, those marble and limestone ruins testify to democracy’s extraordinary resilience, and to the enormous energies released by a self-governing political system based on justice, laws and freedom to criticize the powerful."

Nine Acres in Athens: Democracy’s Rise (and Fall)

In these troubling times, it has been reassuring to walk on a hot September afternoon among the ruins of Athens’ ancient agora

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