Posts tagged as democratic

Joe Biden’s VP pick and its consequences for the Baltics – opinion

Friday, August 7, 2020

The choice of the Democratic vice presidential candidate is going to be more consequential for the US and the Baltics – but judging her solely by hawkishness towards Russia is too simplistic, argues Audrius Ričkus. In the next few days, Joe Biden is posed to choose his running mate for the upcoming American presidential election. In recent history, there has not been a situation when a vice presidential pick would…

Iran and climate change – top international issues on U.S. Democratic debate

Thursday, June 27, 2019

As the U.S. Democratic Party seeks to nominate its presidential candidate, the first televised debate has been held, where Iran and action again climate change have been the top foreign policy issues. The debate of Wednesday, June 26, included New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and popular female candidate, Senator Elizabeth Warren, who is leading the polls at the moment. Iran nuclear deal German broadcaster Deutsche Welle reports that only…

Current situation in Moldova can only be solved through democratic process

Monday, June 10, 2019

Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics (New Unity) believes that the only way to solve the current complex and difficult situation in Moldova is through democratic process and dialog of political parties, the minister said on Twitter on Sunday. Rinkevics is closely following the developments in Moldova and believes that all sides should exercise restraint and calm. AFP reports that Moldova’s acting president Pavel Filip on Sunday signed a decree dissolving parliament…