Three days after Igor Kolomoisky publicly clashed with Kiev and was forced to leave the governorship, both sides have chosen to avoid further confrontation — at least for now.
Ukrainians take part in a March 28 Dnipropetrovsk rally organized by powerful oligarch and former regional governor Igor Kolomoisky and his allies to show unity between regional and central authorities.(GENYA SAVILOV/AFP/Getty Images)
In a live interview with Bloomberg TV's "Market Makers," Stratfor's founder and chairman addresses predictions from the firm's Decade Forecast, including Russia's inability to survive in its current form and the fragmentation of the European Union.
Turkmenistan has asked the United States for military aid to help fortify its border with Afghanistan, and the United States is trying to support the requests, EurasiaNet reported March 27, citing a U.S. military official.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned Turkey’s charge d’affaires March 29 after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan publicly criticized Iran for its actions in Yemen and Iraq, Reuters reported March 30.