Referendum on change to the constitution looks likely in April.
Russia’s technological lag seen as most serious challenge the country will face in the next 10 to 15 years.
Belgrade planned to send train painted with “Kosovo is Serbian” in over 20 languages into Kosovo, sparking anger in Pristina.
After much cautious mutual deference shown by Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, the incoming US administration is already signalling a tougher stance on some key issues. Russia is holding its fire - for now.
Internal investigation launched into fugitive businessman Sebastian Ghita's claims of foreign influence over DNA.
EU body warns that 2012 agreement with Gazprom Export could breach European law.
The split reflects divisions over the role of former president Mikheil Saakashvili, the party's founder.
Opposition insists it will continue to fight the government's determination to ram the budget through.
Haradinaj’s detention on a Serbian arrest warrant has inflamed tensions in the Western Balkans.
US begins biggest deployment in Europe since the end of the Cold War to reassure Nato states bordering Russia.
Moldova's pursuit of EU accession has widened divisions with its breakaway region.
As companies rush to cut their unhedged FX liabilities, economic growth could be further depressed.
The lira has plunged 12% against the greenback so far this year and has depreciated by nearly 30% in the past three months.
The bill is aimed squarely at billionaire finance minister and leader of the Ano party Andrej Babis.
Suspicions grow of a multi-billion-dollar thimble trick in December's privatisation of 19.5% of Russia's state-controlled oil giant.
Russia’s equity market turnover jumped 55% m/m and 90% y/y to RUB983bn in December.
Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse are among Western investment banks in Moscow losing out as fees from deal-making jumped to their highest level in three years.
Parliamentary elections in Armenia and Azerbaijan's ongoing economic crisis could lead to an upsurge in fighting in 2017.
EU approval for Paks 2 would confirm that nuclear investments are exempt from competition and public procurement rules.
Fresh attention to the Litvinenko case can complicate US president-elect Donald Trump’s efforts to reset relations with Moscow.
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