Essential Reading to Understand The Headlines

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Economy and Radicals Threaten Europe While Russia Gets Cooperation from Bulgaria and North Korea

After Muslims threaten violence, Athens to become last European capital to build state-funded mosque - Jihad Watch

Merkel, Roesler Clash on Greece as Talk of Default Deepens Coalition Split - Bloomberg

Bulgaria sells its tobacco monopoly to company controlled by Russia’s VTBank - The Washington Post

Russia slams EU plans to support Caspian pipeline - CBS News

Zhirinovsky Seeks 25% of Duma Vote | The Moscow Times

Russia, North Korea to Hold Joint Naval Exercises « VOA