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Friday, 17 October 2014 09:26
by Roxane (EPOS)

EPOS Insights

EPOS is in KRG, and we are following the latest news through our correspondent Roxane. Roxane is a French photographer, and she is working for EPOS as photoreporter in Kurdistan. She is travelling in the area: Erbil, Duhok, Sheikhan, Lalish are some of the cities from where she is reporting. EPOS Kurdish Chronicle – photodiary from KRG is the exclusive photodiary of EPOS which depicts the current situation in the region after the takeover of some cities by the jihadists of Daish. EPOS intends to tell what is happening through the eyes of the people, the sad smiles of the kids, the personal stories of who is running away from the violence of Daish. In the following article Roxane describes the situation in the Lalish Centre of Duhok, the first established Yazidi cultural center in KRG



 
Friday, 10 October 2014 07:27
by Gregorio Baggiani

EPOS Insights

Russia-Afghanistan relations date back to the 19th century. The Soviet-Afghan War of 1979-1989 still insistently projects its shadow between Russia and Afghanistan, making it quite difficult for the two countries to establish new relations. In the following article, Gregorio Baggiani analyses the current relations between the two countries, focusing on the interests of Moscow in Afghanistan and the attitude of Afghanistan towards the big Euro-asian country. The author points out and discuss clearly Russia's role in the great game in Central Asia



 
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 14:33
by Roxane (EPOS)

EPOS Insights

EPOS is in KRG, and we are following the latest news through our correspondent Roxane. Roxane is a French photographer, and she is working for EPOS as photoreporter in Kurdistan. She is travelling in the area: Erbil, Duhok, Shingal, Lalish are some of the cities from where she is reporting. EPOS Kurdish Chronicle – photodiary from KRG is the exclusive photodiary of EPOS which depicts the current situation in the region after the takeover of some cities by the jihadists of Daish. EPOS intends to tell what is happening through the eyes of the people, the sad smiles of the kids, the personal stories of who is running away from the violence of Daish



 
Saturday, 04 October 2014 08:14
by Gregorio Baggiani

EPOS Insights

Relations between Russia and Iran date back at least to the 18th century, and since then the southern Caucasus has represented a common area of interest between the two countries. To this days, good relations with Iran mean for Russia playing a central role in maintaining the balance in the region. In the following article, Gregorio Baggiani analyses all the relations between Russia and the Islamic Republic, focusing on the issue of Iranian nuclear capacity, and the issue of the legal status of the Caspian Sea and the Russia-Iran Alliance. The author discusses Russia-Iran relations and the international context in the light of the Ukrainian crisis, tracing all the elements of convergence and divergence in the relations between the two countries

 

 
Monday, 15 September 2014 13:55
by Quintin Oliver

EPOS Insights

We are at the eve of the referendum on Scotland independence, which will take place on Thursday, 18th September 2014. On the ballot paper, one simple question: "Should Scotland be an independent country?". The voters are called to answer 'Yes' or 'Not'. Quintin Oliver, who ran the successful YES Campaign in the 1998 Good Friday Agreement poll in Northern Ireland, is the advisor of Better Together, the leading organisation representing the parties, organisations, and individuals campaigning for a 'No vote' to the Scottish independence. In this illuminating article, the northern-Irish lobbyist and activist has drawn the picture of the current situation in Scotland at the dawn of the referendum, explaining clearly what might happen in both a 'Yes' or 'Not' winning



 
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 15:31
by Antonio Ricci

EPOS Insights

Italy, because of its specific geographical location, as well as being a necessary step to reach other European countries, over time has become a territory of destination for migrants arriving by the sea, using makeshift equipments that expose them to serious life threats. A real "useless massacre" which in 25 years has led to the deaths of more than 20 thousand people in an attempt to cross the Mediterranean sea. Antonio Ricci, Senior researcher and founder of IDOS Study and Research Centre, analyses the issue of immigration in the following illuminating article, which is an abstract of his speech at the discussion panel entitled "Immigration Policy of the EU – Experiences from Eastern and Southern Boarders" organized by EPOS at the XXIV World Economic Forum in Krynica, Poland



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