UN report says Iran's missile tests are inconsistent with Vienna nuclear deal

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The findings posted in a confidential 16-page report did not clearly state whether the Iranian missile tests in March 2016 had directly violated the provisions of the nuclear deal signed in July 2015 in Vienna. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stressed, however, that it was up to the UN Security Council to determine what should be done to Iran in response to the tests, which are not covered by the UN Security Council Resolution 2231.

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NATO member Turkey sells out to Putin

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It seems that Russian President Vladimir Putin gave Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan an offer he couldn’t refuse. Turkey has been keen to please its new Russian Godfather after Russia turned the screws economically and militarily on NATO’s southern flank. Putin militarized Armenia on Turkey’s border with the Caucasus and shut off Turkish imports.

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Obama Resumes Globalization Push

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When President Obama travels to North Carolina and Europe this week, he will press an argument that could define foreign policy in the last six months of his presidency: that Americans and Europeans must not forsake their open, interconnected societies for the nativism and nationalism preached by Donald J. Trump or Britain’s Brexiteers, the New York Times reported.

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