Prin Lumea Globalizată | 25.06.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat Gabriela Ioniță | Politica externă de la Vest la Est – radiografia săptămânii
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 18.06.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat Gabriela Ioniță | Parteneriatul strategic SUA – ROMÂNIA – efecte la zi
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 11.06.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat Gabriela Ioniță | Politica externă la zi
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 04.06.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat Dumitru Prunariu și Gabriela Ioniță | Globalizarea cosmosului între explorarea pașnică și agresivitate
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 26.05.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat Gabriela Ioniţă | Liderii politici – abordări emoţionale
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 14.05.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat Gabriela Ioniță |România între dorințele Rusiei și interesele Americii
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 05.05.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat Gabriela Ioniță | Politica externă la zi
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 04.05.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat Gabriela Ioniță | Geopolitica Rusiei de la democrație la imperialism
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 23.04.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat Gabriela Ioniță | Politica externă la zi
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 25.03.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat conf. univ. dr. Marius Văcărelu | Uniunea Europeană la răscruce
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 19.03.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat Victor Nichitus | România şi Republica Moldova între realizări şi orgolii
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 12.03.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat conf. univ. dr. Marius Văcărelu | SUA – 50 de zile de guvernare Trump
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 04.03.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitaţi col. (r) Dan Prisăcaru, Gabriela Ioniţă; Provocări geopolitice şi de securitate la graniţa de Est a NATO şi UE – Turcia
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 26.02.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitaţi col. (r) Dan Prisăcaru, Gabriela Ioniţă; Provocări geopolitice şi de securitate la graniţa de Est a NATO şi UE – Republica Moldova
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 19.02.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitaţi col. (r) Dan Prisăcaru, Gabriela Ioniţă; Provocări geopolitice şi de securitate la graniţa de Est a NATO şi UE – Ucraina și Peninsula Crimeea
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 12.02.2017 | Vasile Roman, invitat col. r. Dan Prisăcaru, Gabriela Ioniţă | Federaţia Rusă
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 20.12.2016 | Vasile Roman, invitat Gabriela Ioniţă | Perspective 2017: securitatea europeană şi euro-atlantică
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 18.12.2016 | Vasile Roman, invitat Gabriela Ioniţă | Retrospectiva anului 2016 în proximitatea României
Prin Lumea Globalizată | 18.10.2016 | Summit-ul NATO de la Varşovia
Libya will hold election next spring
Libya’s two main rival parties announced a cease-fire on Tuesday and said they intend to hold elections next spring after they met in Paris for negotiations mediated by French President Emmanuel Macron.
US Navy commissions Aegis-capable destroyer for Asian deployments
The US Navy has commissioned its latest Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, the USS John Finn, at the joint naval base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Stars and Stripes reported on Sunday, July 16, 2017. The 9,100-ton vessel carries a crew of roughly 300 people and is armed with the Aegis Baseline 9 ballistic missile defense system. It is expected to be deployed in Asian waters, according to Adm. Harry Harris, commander of US Pacific Command. The ship was named after John Finn, a Marine who received the first Medal of Honor of the WWII during the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Meeting Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu in Istanbul
Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has received Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu in Istanbul, the Turkish presidential press service said in a statement. The meeting took place in Istanbul’s Tarabya Presidential Residence, the press office said.
Details concerning the negotiations between the Turkish president and Russian defense chief haven’t been shared with the media.
In March of this year, Turkey’s military chief of staff, General Hulusi Akar, hosted a meeting of the heads of the US and Russian armed forces in the southern Turkish province of Antalya, where the top brass discussed security issues in Syria and Iraq.
China dispatches military vessels & fighter jets to warn off US warship
China has sent military vessels and warplanes to “warn off” USS Stethem, a guided-missile destroyer, that sailed near a disputed island in the South China Sea, according to Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang. “Under the pretext of ‘freedom of navigation,’ the US side once again sent a military vessel into China’s territorial waters off the Xisha Islands without China’s approval,” the spokesperson said in a statement, adding that such US behavior “violated Chinese law and relevant international law, infringed upon China’s sovereignty, and disrupted the peace, security and order of the relevant waters.”
Ukrainian military intelligence colonel killed in car explosion in Kiev
A car blast in central Kiev has killed a senior official of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry, according to a statement on its website. The attack has been described as a “terrorist act.” “This morning on June 27 in the Solomensky district of Kiev, a car exploded killing a member of the main intelligence department of the Defense Ministry of Ukraine, Colonel Maksim Shapoval” the ministry’s statement reads. Local media report that the victim was 39 years old and served as the head of the military intelligence special forces reserve.
The Israelian Defence Forces (IDF) struck two artillery launchers and an ammunition truck on the Syrian side of the border after “several Syrian projectiles” landed in Israeli territory without causing any casualties. A similar incident occurred in the same Golan Heights region on Saturday.
Sweden will replace its air defense systems citing potential Russian threat
Sweden intends to replace all of its aging air defense systems, saying Russian missile systems stationed in the nearby exclave of Kaliningrad make this a necessity. US-made Patriot systems are among the options for the major overhaul. The Swedish military’s Air Defense Regiment, which currently operates Raytheon’s archaic MIM-23 Hawk missile system, is likely to be replaced in the coming years, defense officials said.
US spy plane carried out ‘provocative turn’ toward Russian fighter jet over Baltic
Moscow said a US spy plane flying toward the Russian border made a “provocative turn” toward a fighter jet, which had been scrambled for an interception mission. Earlier, the US military claimed the Russian jet had approached the US plane in an unsafe way. Thursday, the Russian Defense Ministry has confirmed that a Baltic Fleet Su-27 jet was scrambled on Monday to intercept what turned out to be US RC-135 spy plane flying towards the Russian border. “While being escorted, the RC-135 attempted to move closer towards the Russian interceptor, making a provocative turn towards the Su-27,” a statement by Russian defense officials reads.